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Longtime real estate agent loves her job and has no future plans to retire
Friday, September 6th, 2013
Issue 36, Volume 17.
She works mostly in Temecula and Murrieta, although she is licensed to work anywhere in California. She said although she is getting older, she still enjoys what she does. In fact, she enjoys the business so much that she has no future plans to retire.
"As long as my mind and body work, Iím going to keep going," Ninberg said.
She goes the extra mile for her clients and this is what makes her so successful.
Her success also comes from her honesty, integrity, availability and that she works hard, she said.
Ninberg has even continued to work through her battle with breast cancer last year; she even sold 28 homes by herself while going through treatment.
There are perks with most jobs, and for Ninberg, she gets to meet new and interesting people, and this is something that makes it one of her favorite things about her job.
She isan expert in senior communities, especially in the Colony and has been with Rancon for years.
Ninberg is originally from Bakersfield, Calif. and she calls herself a country girl.
She has grown sons, and a six-year-old granddaughter. And when she isnít selling homes she likes to go swimming and enjoy spending time with her dog.
Real estate wasnít something she originally planned to do.
"I got in to real estate to support my family," she said, as she had three children to support.
She said when she was looking for a job she was trying to think of something she could do so that when she got older she could still do it.
Although she has been in the business for years, she is still learning.
She gave some advice for those looking to getting into the real estate business. In short, it doesnít come easy.
"You really have to work at what you do," she said.
Ninberg can be contacted by visiting Rancon Real Estate, 41391 Kalmia Street Suite 100 in Murrieta, or by calling (951) 677-1800.
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