Real Estate Sales Representative with Keller Williams West Monmouth

I just started my e-PRO course.

While I am learning some new things, it does take some time to complete the course.

I think it is one of the designations you can earn that your clients will actually understand what it brings to the table without a lenghty explanation. I look forward to getting some of the other designations as I go forward in my business. For now this is something I can complete without extensive classes as well as no yearly renewal fees.

If anyone wants to check out to check out the sign up page click here https://www.internetcrusade.com/epro/secureorderepro.asp?h=68118

Comments (11)

Chanda Barrick
Keller Williams Indy Metro Northeast - Indianapolis, IN
in referral

Jamie, keep us posted about your progress.  Are you taking an online course?  Can you complete it at your own pace?  I signed up for the At Home With Diversity course and certification a couple of months ago, but keep getting sidetracked when I try to work on finishing up the course.  No excuse though, right?  :)


Apr 28, 2009 12:49 PM
Jamie Stimpson
Keller Williams West Monmouth - Freehold, NJ


The class is all online which is why I can take it . I am actually moving through it fairly quickly, although I have not seen my family much between that and clients. My motivation  is the fact that I need to order new cards soon and want the designation on them. It's silly but keeps me focused. I keep thinking I need to finish so I can focus on other income producing activities. Good luck with your class!

Apr 28, 2009 12:58 PM
Bruce Brockmeier
Internet Marketing Consultant to REALTORSĀ® - Yorba Linda, CA
Coached By Crouch

Good evening Jamie,

Some of my top producing clients are e-PROs.  Stick with that course.  From the results I've seen, I believe it will benefit you in the long run.

Please pardon a slight tangent here.  I'm sure you're taking the e-PRO class to help increase your production.  So, when you're done with e-PRO, try to set aside the time to post more often on ActiveRain.  ActiveRain can also help you build your production in the long run.  I've read many wonderful success stories here.



Apr 28, 2009 01:11 PM
Jamie Stimpson
Keller Williams West Monmouth - Freehold, NJ

Point taken Bruce, thanks for the comment-I'll let you know when I finish.

Apr 28, 2009 01:20 PM
Aaron Poling
Long & Foster - Martinsburg, WV
Working to get YOU the BEST Deal!

I plan on taking the epro soon myself. The best part is you dont have to pay yearly fees!

Apr 28, 2009 02:27 PM
Elizabeth Benefield
Montana Country Real Estate - Libby, MT

I'm looking forward to learning more about e-pro. May be keep us updated on what is going on. Thanks Liz

Apr 28, 2009 03:49 PM
Richard Weeks
Dallas, TX


Congratulations on starting your ePro course.  I hope you get some good information that will help you in your real estate career.

Apr 28, 2009 09:28 PM
Bill Somerset
Re/Max Realty Group - Dover, NH
ABR, e-PRO - Realtor - NH Real Estate Agent

I tool=k the E-pro course back in 2004.  I found it very useful then, I think it may be even more useful now. 

Apr 29, 2009 12:01 AM
Irene Tron
Valparaiso, IN

E-Pro - a course I plan on taking ASAP. Thanks so much for the timely information.

Apr 29, 2009 02:37 AM
Jamie Stimpson
Keller Williams West Monmouth - Freehold, NJ

Thanks all for responding, I think in this day and age the internet must be mastered. Hopefully e-PRO will help me keep up with things. Real estate is my main focus, but I am sure the information will carry over in the way I manage other areas  in my life.

So, Aaron and Irene, did you sign up yet?

Apr 29, 2009 11:51 AM
Jamie Stimpson
Keller Williams West Monmouth - Freehold, NJ

Sorry its been so long. I did finish my e-PRO and one of the first things I did was start using my own e-mail JamieSells@JamieStimpson.com . I may make it shorter, not sure yet. It does seem more professional than a yahoo or msn account. Lots of great stuff, just a lot to take in.

Aug 11, 2009 07:53 AM