I’ve been pretty quiet in the blogging world the past year but it was for good reason. We welcomed a new addition to our family in 2015 and hands down had the best year ever!
It is true that most of my time was spent bonding, cuddling and loving on our little miracle; I was still able to take on new clients, close some great on some great properties and complete Brian Buffini’s 12-week Peak Producers program.
This year, I am looking forward to getting back into routine of updating the blog, Facebook and Instagram accounts regularly. It’s important to me that my clients, colleagues, family and friends know what is going on in my corner of the Treasure Coast real estate market. That being said, I realize that relationships are a two way street and am looking forward to using these mediums to keep up with all of you as well!
I am continuously looking for ways to hone my skills and become a better Realtor for my present and future clients. To start off the New Year right, I have signed up for some training courses and will be working on getting my GRI designation. GRI stands for Graduate, Realtor Institute. The designation provides “in depth training in legal and regulatory issues, technology, professional standards and the sales process.” You can find more out here. I’ve already completed several classes and know that what I learn while completing the designation will help propel my forward in this business.
My success thus far is not anything that I could have I achieved on my own and I am so grateful for my awesome broker, Tom Baker (and the whole Keyes family), my amazing husband, loving family, friends and, of course all my clients.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the trust in my advice, confidence in my skills, for the numerous opportunities and leads when referring my name and most importantly for believing in my work ethic and in me. I hope you subscribe and continue on this journey with me!
Happy New Year friends!
Oh, and if you have time, leave me a comment below: I'm wondering when you are working with a realtor, what kind of attributes do you look for and why?