Due to the public’s demand for a profession that earns a good income while leaving a good impact on others, many people have started to become involved in several industries that offer the same benefits.
Among these is the real estate industry. Because of its monetary potential and close involvement with other people, numerous individuals have joined the workforce in hopes of finding their fortune.
But as the industry becomes oversaturated, brands and professionals decided to add a personal touch to their business which helps set them apart from the already rigid competition.
For Jalal Abuimweis, the CEO of The King’s Estates, practicing ethics alongside their operations is how they can stay above the game.
Going Above And Beyond
Many people consider the real estate industry to be a profitable one. This is the main reason why Jalal got into it in the first place.
“I have always understood that real estate made most millionaires and it seemed like a stable investment I could invest in,” he said.
But aside from making money, the real estate industry is also a good place to connect with clients and leave a positive impression on their lives. So when it comes to clients, Jalal puts his ability to communicate to good use to meet the demands of the people they work with.
“We always do the right thing and go above and beyond to accomplish the sale, which helps everyone involved,” Jalal said.
Throughout his career, Jalal has already worked with more than 400 clients who have full confidence in him and his abilities.
Overcoming Early Challenges
At only 28-years-old, Jalal has accomplished great milestones in his career. Currently, he works as a real estate investor and landlord for over 50 apartments in Miami. In the last three years, he also managed to buy and sell over 400 properties.
But his climb to success wasn’t always a clear and straight part. He had to face challenges before he got to where he is now.
When he started in the real estate industry back in 2015, Jalal was homeless and has yet to make an income.
“I didnʼt have any income, it took me months to accomplish my first transaction and ended up sleeping in my car for months,” he shared.
Although this situation may have already discouraged many others, Jalal wasn’t the kind of person to just give up on something that easily. He worked even harder until he reached the breakthrough for his career.
When he accomplished his first and second deal, Jalal put a roof over his head and started improving himself so that he can accomplish more in the real estate industry.
Find out more about Jalal Abuimweis through his Instagram account.