Real estate brokerage thriving in first full year

Real-estate agent Phillip L. Page at his home in Madrid in 2018. Christopher Lenney/Watertown Daily Times

MADRID — Philip L. Paige was the deputy administrator for St. Lawrence County when he got his real estate license as a side hustle.

“But the side hustle started paying more than my full-time job,” he said, so he quit to pursue real estate full time.

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milocat

Ya, right, tell the truth here and quit B S'ing us

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