Breaking up is hard to do

Tony Cornell

Many brokers are owned by two or more directors or partners. Often it seemed a good idea to share the financial and workload burdens when deciding to start the business. The co-owners had complimentary skills, a good client-relationship person may team up with one good at administration, an innovative and impulsive person could get together with a ‘steady Eddy’, a good salesman join forces with a ‘techy’. In the early days of growing the business, the excitement of creating something new papers

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