Designations, Certificates and Awards
It’s no secret that Realtors in Arizona have a lot of classtime that is needed to get their license, but what happens after their test? Most simply do the minimum required hours in sponsored classes provided by their local board which may or may not be directly related to the clients they intend to serve in the future. You can look up how much continuing education your Realtor has taken by cusing the ADRE search tool. I have continued my education with hundreds of hours each year of class time taking practical classes to assure I am the best Realtor to represent you. I stay on top of trends to obtain very speficic Certifications and Designations to help ensure that your transition into your new home is as successful and as stress free as possible.
Negotiatinos during a Real Estate transaction can make the difference between a good deal and a great deal. I am happy to say that it is not as you see in the movies where someone wins by someone losing and there is never a reason to split the difference. The RENE- Real Estate Negotiations Designation has helped save clients thousands of dollars when buying a home and negotiating the structure of the initial offer, after the home inspection as well as after the appraisal. Be sure when selecting a professional that you are working with a professional that takes their career serious enough to ensure they continue their education.
Technology has created an upper hand for both sellers and buyers. The day of agents placing a sign in the yard, putting the home in the MLS, and praying it sells are a thing of the past and may leave you with missed opportunities.
For buyers, having an agent fluent in technologically advanced marketing helps seek out homes that may have escaped traditional searches offering you a chance to see homes and place offers with a higher degree of acceptance.
For sellers, using these same systems to market your property means your home receives a comprehensive marketing plan as well as a digital marketing platform allowing you the opportunity to more attention drawn to your home leading to more lucrative offers, back up offers, fewer BINSR repairs or upgrades, and a higher listing price to selling price ratio.
Homeownership is an important part of the fabric of America, and having a stable home environment is vital when men and women of the military are called away to serve their country. That’s why working with a REALTOR® who understands their specific needs and timetable will help make the transfer easier, faster and less stressful.
A REALTOR® with the MRP certification has the knowledge and skills for working with veterans and active duty military buyers and sellers to ensure that homeownership remains affordable and accessible.
A REALTOR® with the MRP certification understands that when military staff and their families relocate, the services of a real estate professional who understands their needs and timetables makes the transfer easier, faster, and less stressful. The MRP certification focuses on educating real estate professionals about working with current and former military service members which helps their clients find the housing solutions that best suit their needs and take full advantage of military benefits and support that are available.
Service members and veterans who hire REALTORS® with NAR’s MRP certification will have increased confidence that the REALTOR® will understand their specific real estate requirements and processes as well as understand available finance benefits and support.
A Seniors Real Estate Specialist® (SRES®) is uniquely qualified to help you take the next step.
As someone over the age of 50, your needs aren’t the same as a first-time homebuyer or seller. You might be looking to retire, downsize, or join an active adult community. Whatever reason you may have for considering a move, you can depend on an SRES® to guide you through every part of the process.