Is there a specific age to begin a career in real estate? In this episode, Dave Armstrong provides valuable insights and breaks down age barriers in the industry. Additionally, he shares an intriguing story about a buyer with supernatural skills. Don't miss this episode for an inspiring perspective on real estate at any age!
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About Dave Armstrong
Dave is a Bella Vista real estate expert affiliated with Crye-Leike Real Estate Services in North Arkansas. He was a former American television sports announcer for professional and college sports.
Dave graduated with a BA in Broadcasting from John Brown University. He is also the author of the book “Driving From Here to Wow: Looking at Life Through the Windshield,” an inspirational and humorous account of many of his life experiences.
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