Why should the REALTOR you hire be a CRS – Certified Residential Specialist?

Why should the REALTOR you hire be a CRS – Certified Residential Specialist?

With more than 1 million REALTORS working in the United States, only 3% have achieved their CRS credential.

Why is this important to you?

The more education I have, the better educated my clients are in their sale or purchase of their home.

The education and training that CRS offers to its members drill down on the details of key issues for buyers and sellers.

Earlier this month, I attended a 2-day CRS class in Olympia, WA.  This class was 16 hours of instruction on helping sellers achieve the best results when selling their home. This is just one example of the in-depth training CRS offers.  Here’s the class photo:

I believe the goal for all REALTORS is to have seamless and positive outcomes for their clients, but there is a lot of experience, training and education needed for that to happen.  The training and education a CRS designation provides does just that!

 

Why don’t all REALTORS have their CRS?

Not all REALTORS are qualified to get this designation as the requirements are high for entry into the CRS training program.

This is not a program for new agents nor non-productive agents.  REALTORS with their CRS designation are elite performers, and again, only 3% of REALTORS have achieved this status.

If you’d like to work with a REALTOR in the elite category of also being a CRS Designee, contact me today!

 

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