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Jackie Totolo’s foray into the real estate industry was unconventional. In 2008, at the height of the financial crisis, she set out to move to New York and work as a broker. She went to RKF, now known as Newmark, where she spent a year in the marketing department first.
She was on her own financially and needed to save money before jumping headfirst into commission-based
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