Overpaid and lazy according to nameless, faceless on-line consumers.
After reading Bill's post about 8 Ways to Tick Off Your Real Estate Agent, most of the comments after the article toward real estate agents were brazen and bold, painting a scathing picture of deceit, scandal or victimization. While consumers are entitled to their opinions, they are more apt online to hide behind anonymity with a cute animal, clever avatar or pseudonym rather than show their true selves.
Yet, we, as real estate professionals are not able to hide our true identities as we MUST DISCLOSE to the same public:
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Real estate is not an easy profession despite what naysayers spout and anyone involved in this industry can attest to that! If people only knew what goes on behind the scenes to ensure each successful transaction, they may learn to appreciate the endless hours and hard work that goes into every sale.
The real estate industry is monitored by the Department of Commerce and we are beholden to The Code of Ethics that guide us everyday. Will some push the boundaries of good business practices? Yes. That comes with every profession.
I love the real estate industry and respect the agents with whom I have had the pleasure of conducting business. As a mass, we are able to change consumer opinions one client at a time. Not all. But enough to make a positive difference. Client satisfaction has and always will be my greatest goal.
I love what I do!
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