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Posted By: AngelynTanProperty

Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2021

Budget: Best Offer

Mobile: +65 94577788

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Angelyn started her real estate career in 2001. Throughout her lucrative career, she has been all sides of the real estate transactions and taking pride in taking supreme care of her clients. She feels it's important to treat every client with honesty, integrity, care and respect and maintaining a good reputation in the real estate industry.

Together with her team at PropNex – Angelyn Tan Division, Angelyn and her team focuses on private residential, new condo launches and commercial real estate. Angelyn Tan Division is the exclusive partner of the leading property and expatriates’ relocation website -, the site of choice among expats and prospective buyers.

If you are believer of online marketing and would like take your business to the next level, contact Angelyn Tan Division for a discussion today!

You will also get to enjoy these benefits when you join PropNex - Angelyn Tan Division.

Joining Package:
• $0 Joining fees
• $0 Project Involvement fee
• Reimbursement Package to your existing agency (terms and conditions apply)
• 1 to 1 Coaching
• Group Division Share-and-Learn Sessions
• Coaching for Facebook Marketing
• FREE Training & Courses
• FREE Data & Condo new launch App
• FREE Exclusive Unlimited Property Account with
• FREE Access to floorplans to condominiums at
• Higher Commission Tier

We welcome new and experienced real estate salespersons.

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Angelyn Tan (R003529J)
PropNex Realty Pte Ltd
Tel: 65 94577788
Email: [email protected]

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