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counseling

A relatively new career within the real estate industry that involves providing independent and unbiased advice on a variety of real estate-related issues. Membership in the Counselors of Real Estate (www.cre.org) is by invitation only. Another trade organization is the National Association of Counselors (http://nac.lincoln-grad.org/).

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