A REALTOR® is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.
Amazingly, even to myself, I began selling real estate when I was only 25 years old! Yes, I say only 25 because that was a very, very long time ago! I found the process to be interesting and before I knew it I had taken the real estate course, passed the test, and was busy "as a bee" selling homes.
I enjoyed the task of working for sellers to market their houses until they were sold and found they were satisfied with the service I provided them. Marketing is something I really enjoy! I am continually thinking of new ways to market homes and innovative tools to use in selling them. It's something I truly have a deep passion for and have found it to be so rewarding. I use all my resources such as staging techniques and compiling data for market analyses for sellers and buyers. Those are two totally different tools but I enjoy the work of both and they are two very important strengths to have, now more than ever.
My goal is to start my day with a wonderful attitude. I like starting the day off on a positive note, and I love ending it that way, too!
My reputation is extremely important to me; both personally and in business practices. It's about a long-term reputation I have built for myself. I have established trust and respect.
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The Code establishes time-honored and baseline principles that come from the collective experiences of REALTORS® since the Code of Ethics was first established in 1913. Those principles can be loosely defined as:
Loyalty to clients;
Fiduciary (legal) duty to clients;
Cooperation with competitors;
Truthfulness in statements and advertising; and non-interference in exclusive relationships that other REALTORS® have with their clients.
To earn a designation, a REALTOR® a real estate agent has taken coursework and demonstrated specific skills, performance and knowledge in a particular area of the real estate industry