Shy Azoulay Worked As A Call Center Supervisor At Genx Capital Realty – Mortgage

Las Vegas, Sep 11, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Shy Azoulay is a trusted real estate developer who has helped thousands of people with rehabbing, flipping, selling, buying, and renting residential/commercial properties in Las Vegas. He got his professional start in the field of real estate with an established company like GenX Capital Realty & Mortgage where he worked as a call center supervisor. He was responsible for guiding clients about different mortgage options according to their needs and also provided training to the staff. While working with GenX Capital Realty & Mortgage from January 2005 to June 2007, Shy played a significant role in enabling the company to earn huge profits.

Some of Shy Azoulay‘s qualities that make him a reliable real estate professional is his knowledge, experience, and a wide network in the local market. Besides that, he is honest, stays informed about the zoning laws, and has the ability to easily gauge the potential risks in a property that allows him to provide the right investment advice to his clients.

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About Shy Shalom Azoulay

Shy Azoulay is a NASM (PES) Performance Enhancement Specialist working independently in Las Vegas since September 1999. Currently, he is also serving as a Senior Managing Member at Wellness International, LLC. Other than work, it is his volunteer work, charitable endeavors, and extracurricular activities that keep him occupied. His interests span across Kickboxing, Self-Defense, Martial Arts, Ju-Jitsu, Literature, and researching on Movement Science (biomechanics and physics). Azoulay has also volunteered for ‘Spirituality for Kids Outreach Program’ – Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre in the past. The program provides positive character-building activities and games for inner-city children of four years and older.

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