“I am aggressive with learning, training, and practice in my real estate business: Success and fame often makes an agent lazy and/or too comfortable. Persistently improving my knowledge, power, and negotiation leverage in real estate to the best benefit of clients is important as this is a full-time, all-the-time business for me. I believe clients most likely hire the “person” (the agent), not the company, to represent them. Real Estate is a big responsibility and for agent’s like myself, being central in serving clients from start to finish in deals of buying, selling, and investing is complex and changing. All companies, people, and to a lesser degree clients, have access to all the same tools. The differences between agents specifically is how much time, hustle, and energy they persistently put into themselves, their business, personal growth, and self-education NO MATTER how famous they are, how long they been in business, or the amount of transactions accomplished.
I am competitive in a professional way: Being competitive can, and should, drive agents to continue to be better, smarter, faster, and well-informed in an attempt to out-perform each other in a noble and honorable challenge which truly benefits the clients who hire us to serve them and, in turn, our business grows from the fruit of our efforts, built ONLY on client success and happiness. Competition breeds excellence and in times like today where clients have access to resources and reviews, real estate agents who DO NOT treat this business as a “part time hobby” but work it full-time need and must continue to grow and improve to maintain their value and importance to client’s buying and selling needs”