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North Carolina real estate agents turn to the Kaplan, formerly J.Y. Monk, Career Toolbox for tips, advice, and news regarding the real estate profession. We’re always looking for guest writers interested in sharing their expertise with our audience. As a guest writer, you’ll receive exposure to our entire student, alumni, and subscriber base and have the opportunity to be featured on our social media channels and in our newsletter.

The primary aim of the Kaplan, formerly J.Y. Monk, Career Toolbox is to provide insight, advice, and stories that real estate professionals would find interesting and benefit from. Every article we post is intended to give the reader something tangible that they can walk away with and use in their career.

A great Career Toolbox article will help the reader perform some aspect of their job better.

In exchange for your article, we will gladly allow you to complete a brief “About the Author” narrative to accompany the article, with a link to your site, product, or service. But the article should not be an advertisement. Please use the form below to submit your article idea for the Kaplan, formerly J.Y. Monk, Career Toolbox. If it’s a good fit, we will follow up with further information and a writing style guide to help you structure your final piece. We look forward to hearing from you!

Please note that all articles submitted are subject to editing and proofing. Kaplan, formerly J.Y. Monk, reserves the right to decline publishing or request further revisions once the article is submitted. No edited article will be published without the author’s approval and permission.