Real Estate Agents are specialists (and not generalists), extremely skilled at the art of Researching the environment in which they operate. They are meant to act as first class professionals, as most consumers expect this level of skills and knowledge commensurate with delivery of professional estate agency services. Agents that fail in the field are those […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Real Estate Agents need to be self managed using a clear set of processes and one such technique (also suggested by the EAAB) is Holocracy. Holacracy is a new way of running an organization that removes power from a management hierarchy and distributes it across clear roles, which can then be executed autonomously, without a micromanaging boss. The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Being a successful estate agent requires mastering specific Real Estate skills and competencies. “One would be automatically excluded from the estate agency sector” by your clients or stakeholders (to spell it out; the Seller, buyer, your team mates etc.) if one does not possess the required skills. Real Estate Agents need to be people and task focused; task […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The EAAB in its way to improve the professionalization of estate agents recommends the following simple naming convention on Estate Agency business cards. A few sample cases are dealt with: Case 1: NQ4 with PPRE Business card naming as ‘FETC: Real Estate, PPRE’ Case 2: MPRE without exemption ‘Nat. Cert. Real Estate, MPRE’ Case 3: […]Continue Reading... No Comments.