Local Realtor, Maxwell Britton with Luxury Homes of Tennessee (luxuryhomesoftennessee.com), is on track for $10M in sales this year, in just his second year in Real Estate.
When Maxwell got his license, he had no idea how the industry worked but decided hard work and tenacity would pay off. "I was hungry to learn but got frustrated by the lack of truly professional training," says Maxwell.
After much research and some false starts, Maxwell met Nathan Throneberry, a renown coach, mentor, and top producing Realtor. Says Maxwell “ When I met Nathan, I knew that if I could work with him, I too would become successful. Luckily he agreed to take me on board".
Nathan’s drive, coaching and daily mentorship has allowed Maxwell to provide his customers with the highest level of professional advice and service. "He makes me strive to be more professional and successful every day," says Maxwell.
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