Vylla Home has announced the launch of its “Professional Military Career in Real Estate Program,” which provides veterans leaving military service with support that is “integral to achieving a successful career as an agent at Vylla Home,” according to a communicated. .
“Carrington’s commitment to veterans is ongoing and unwavering,” said Bruce Rose, CEO and Founder of The Carrington Companies. “Vylla Home’s Military to Real Estate Career program is another way to honor the heroes who have served our country with distinction to preserve the greatest freedoms we have long held dear. The Carrington Charitable Foundation’s flagship programs provide mobility, stability, purpose and prosperity to our veteran community. This program supports the purpose and prosperity of those leaving military service. »
The Carrington Societies and the non-profit Carrington Charitable Foundation (CCF) have long been committed to supporting veterans’ causes, the statement said. From building homes for catastrophically injured vets and their families through the Carrington House program, to continuing to support veteran-focused nonprofits like Veterans Airlift Command and the Travis Mills Foundation, Carrington has also created the Senior Management Associate (SMA) program to introduce graduates of the Honor Foundation program, which focuses on professional training of former members of the United States Special Operations Forces (SOF), to work and live in Carrington and Vylla, have- they stated.
Now in its infancy, the company said it is working with The Honor Foundation to provide a career development program designed to meet the needs of more than 200,000 veterans leaving military service each year. More recently, Carrington and the CCF launched the Gold Star Family Housing Initiative to pay off the mortgages of struggling Gold Star families – the immediate family of a deceased military member who died while serving during a time of conflict.
Vylla says that in addition to financial assistance, the program provides mentorship, guidance and basic resources essential to starting a successful career as an agent. Vylla Home says the company will take the time to learn each veteran’s needs on a case-by-case basis to determine what the company can do to help align their individual goals with its overall organizational mission. Designed to meet the needs of every veteran, three levels are offered to candidates depending on their needs: whether it’s a side job, a part-time or full-time career in real estate, have they stated.
“We are honored to offer such a program to our nation’s veterans, empowering them to become successful real estate agents,” said Kat Cox, senior management partner at Carrington. “Not just with financial assistance, but, more importantly, with the mentorship, leadership and camaraderie similar to what they experienced while serving in uniform.”
“The best real estate agents are those with a service mindset,” says Chad Ruggles, senior vice president of Vylla Home. “They are not just there to facilitate transactions. They provide a service that helps a person sell a house, buy another, and coordinate that service. Many service-minded veterans become great agents because the best agents don’t think about themselves. They think of the customer; and this state of mind naturally suits us.
More information about Vylla’s Military to Real Estate Professional Career Program can be found at vyllahome.com/veterans. Veterans interested in the program can email [email protected].