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Business Development Representative (Real Estate)

A Business Development Representative (Real Estate) is commonly referred to as a real estate agent. Business Development Representatives assist their customers through every facet of the process of buying and selling real estate. A real estate transaction is overwhelming and stressful for many people, so clients depend on Business Development Representatives to help them with things like pricing their home, marketing it well, mediating during negotiations and creating a sales contract. Business Development Representatives must be customer-oriented and have excellent interpersonal skills.
Job Responsibilities
Work with clients to get their property ready for listing and help them stage it and price it competitively
Assist clients with the home search process and help them find a home that meets their needs
Work with fellow Business Development Representatives to represent your customers and reach agreement on the sale or purchase of a property
Understand your local real estate environment and be informed on home sales and listings
Network with potential clients to add them to your portfolio and communicate with current clients to make sure their needs are being met
About Cressy & Everett Real Estate
Cressy & Everett Real Estate, founded in 1946, is a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, an international network of independent real estate companies. We have over 150 sales associates and are a regional, full-service firm specializing in residential brokerage and home warranties through our nine offices in five Indiana and Southwestern Michigan counties.
Regulatory Notice. To work as a real estate agent (and be qualified for this position) you must have (or obtain) a real estate license. Like getting a driver's license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public.

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