Real estate agents are people who are used as experts to facilitate real estate sales. In my opinion, real estate agents must be open to new things, including innovative marketing ideas and up-to-date changes that affect buyers and sellers. Real estate agents must be someone who listens to buyers, sellers and tenants to find out what is hated by the public about agents and proactively make changes in their own business plan. Real estate agents must have working hours that apply to other professionals paid thousands of dollars per transaction.
Real estate agents must practice their skills by using them every day. Real estate agents may not be part-time in business. This means they should not have a full-time job and sell real estate when they need extra money. Real estate agents must skillfully keep their cool when something is wrong. Real estate agents must be professional and never hung up or other real estate agents, no matter what is said or done.
Real estate agents must be responsible for learning, understanding, and following all marketing tools that can and may have to be employed in selling or buying a house. The fact that real estate agents are “uncomfortable with the internet” when most houses are now sold through the display on the internet by buyers no longer the reason. Real estate agents must be diligent about understanding communication and marketing modes through each type of media from which buyers can search and ultimately buy a house.
Real estate agents should not have to turn on their fax machines when they return from the store. They must be in business, full time, and formed to do business anytime in their working hours. Real estate agents should not leave the city without backup and only leave the agreement depending on as a result. No one cares that real estate agents are on vacation besides the agent themselves. Real estate agents should not notify the seller that an open house is not functioning, even though actually, the house is open selling property, every day. Real estate agents should never be in a box so they laugh at someone to discuss the use of St. Law. Joseph. They should not scoff at the fact that the aroma of apple pies may or may not sell the house just because they do not want to go to the problem to explain what is possible or may not function to the seller.
Real estate agents should not cry when the seller tells them that they no longer want to sell their homes or that they will not use it to sell houses. Real estate agents may not steal page signs from the lawn or direction from subdivisi just because someone does not choose to include a house with them but competitors. Real estate agents may not bash other business models. They must show the things they bring to the table and why they feel their business model works better.
Real estate agents may not open houses for buyers and let them stay there alone, just because the buyer looks good. Real estate agents must always see the buyer’s identification because they realize that they are responsible for the seller’s property. Real estate agents must always be grateful that someone is willing to pay them thousands of dollars for jobs that have never been described fully to the public about how little the knowledge needed agents and how little you are trained when getting a license.
Unfortunately America is the only place where all these standards, or should I say lack of standards, applaud every day as good and acceptable behavior.