Careers at Landmark

At Landmark Commercial Real Estate, Inc., our people set us apart. We're constantly searching for driven professionals who share our passion for retail and vision for the future. For the opportunity to join our fast growing company, review the job profiles listed below for all current openings.

Landmark Commercial Real Estate Inc. is looking to hire new leasing and sales agents or associate brokers with prior commercial real estate experience. Please forward your resume for consideration, or contact Brad Saville bsaville@landmarkrealestate.net  directly to schedule a meeting. All agents must be licensed by the Kansas Real Estate Commission, have excellent communication skills and be highly motivated.
We look forward to hearing from you!

Contact us to learn more about employment opportunities at Landmark Commercial Real Estate.

 

 


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