NEW YORK, NY - Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan, President of Stribling & Associates, was recently featured in ‘Heirs unapparent,’ an article by The Real Deal about how real estate firms plan, or don’t, for futures without the founder.
“If I hadn’t worked somewhere else, I don’t think Libba would have taken me,” Elizabeth said speaking on her experience getting her start at a separate firm than that of Stribling & Associates. “My mother gave me one deal — a $250,000 buyer in Brooklyn. I grew my own business. I hustled to do it.”
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