Title: Real Estate Salesperson
Company: Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Gabriel C. Gottlieb, real estate salesperson at Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in real estate, writing and civic engagement.
Mr. Gottlieb initially obtained a Bachelor of Arts in political science and graduated Cum Laude from Rowan University in 1997 prior to earning a Master of Government Administration from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002 and completing several real estate courses in real estate fundamentals, practice, finance, law, investment, development and appraisals at the Temple University Real Estate Institute. He began his professional career as a real estate salesperson for Coldwell Banker Realty Corp., finding notable success thereafter as an administrative assistant for Contemporary Staffing Solutions and a salesperson for the Condo Shops/CVA Homes. Mr. Gottlieb has volunteered with Amnesty International and was elected Coordinator for Group 112, through which he has spread awareness about the humanitarian crisis in the Darfur region of Africa. Moreover, he has petitioned several different countries through Amnesty International for the release of political prisoners and he has volunteered with MANNA, a not-for-profit organization that provides healthy meals to homebound patients in the Philadelphia region. He has served as the founder and president of Rowan University Democrats in 1996, a site captain for Greater Philadelphia Cares Day since 2007 and a volunteer for Martin Luther King Day of Service since 2003.
Mr. Gottlieb is the author of “Philadelphia Heights” as well as “The Condo Shop,” through which he covered topics regarding ongoing local real estate developments and urban planning and amenities for residents. Over the course of his career, he has had several of his articles published in local newspapers such as The Philadelphia Public Record and University City Review, and he was interviewed and quoted in an article about real estate in the Philadelphia Daily News. Dedicated to his community, he attributes his success in the industry on his active engagement with discussion groups to better understand city development and how it affects sales and also his ability to regularly attend meetings of the Philadelphia Zoning Board, Planning Commission, Civic Design Review and Historic Commission. He completed Field Director training with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in 2017 and he is currently studying computer coding and learning coding languages, such as HTML and CSS. Looking toward the future, he aims to join Jump Start Philadelphia, a program that provides individuals the proper training, tools and other necessities to become a successful real estate investor.
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