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Junior Real Estate Professional (Entry-Level)


Job Description

A Junior Real Estate Professional (Entry-Level) is also known as a real estate agent. In this position, you will guide clients through the process of buying and selling real estate. When selling a home, clients need the expertise of real estate professionals to help them prepare their home for sale and to price it competitively for their local real estate market. You will be responsible for suggesting creative and effective strategies to make your clients home stand out to home buyers. You will also help clients in the home purchasing process by showing them homes that fit their criteria.


Job Responsibilities


  • Create marketing strategies to help clients' homes sell quickly


  • Network with other real estate professionals to get the word out about your home listings


  • Keep up-to-date on the local real estate market and be aware of current home listings and sales


  • Organize the creation of marketing materials advertising your services


  • Take clients on home tours to help them find a property that is a good fit


  • Communicate with all clients on a regular basis and answer all questions


  • Represent your clients during real estate negotiations



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.
About Guarantee Real Estate

Guarantee Real Estate was founded in 1984. We attract the most professional and knowledgeable sale associates in the region with on-going education, state-of-the-art technology, advanced marketing, and seasoned management support. We strive to deliver exceptional client services, provide an encouraging work environment for its associates, and to remain generous in giving back to our community.


Industry

Real Estate





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