Attract fresh new real estate talent with our real estate job board You can now advertise your real estate vacancies on MyProperty's Job Board from only R99 for 3 months of exposure. Our Real Estate Job Board is also integrated with Google's job search, which provides excellent exposure for your office. Your vacancy is highlighted with your logo which really stands out above the crowd as can be seen in this example below: To place your ad, simply visit the real estate job placement page here , fill in the details and pay via credit card. Our team will review and approve the ad. An added benefit is that it provides you with great brand exposure on the portal and a link to your website as shown below: MyProperty is owned and operated by Entegral as a 100% independent and self-funded property portal. Read more about our mission and DNA here.
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