Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 24 March 2017
The management helps you learn more about the growing market, it helps me deal with any new technique or situation that arises in positive manner, Real estate is a fast paced growing market in Nanaimo and its wonderful working with this team, its more like a family
A typical Day in the Life of a Real Estate Sales Representative
Real Estate Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 July 2013
Planned from the night before, I follow the schedule I have made out. Typically, I allot three times a day for email to pick up and respond. Usually I am cold calling in the morning to get new leads for appointments either today or tomorrow. I follow up on my data base sometime in the afternoon. Also, at this time I am working on my business to improve myself and what I have to offer. My listings are contacted, at a time agreeable to both of us, once a week. Time, at night is spent either returning calls I missed during the day or cold calling again for more business. I am always prospecting for new clients as I tap into my network of business . I find when I plan, I have a plan to succeed and make the most of the day productively. Since I am self employed, I manage myself and the results. The co workers, at the office work as a team . The hardest part of the job is to keep focused all the time, when at work, as there are many ups and downs during the day. The best part of the job is the freedom to be responsible for yourself.
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 4 May 2012
The nicest thing about this job is that you are independent, and are always meeting people and their families. When you can sell their home or find the perfect property for your clients, it gives a realtor a wonderful feeling.
Interaction was great between the co-workers. The hardest part of the job was that it was not a job that provided steady income, even though the monthly cost was still to be paid.