Receptionist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 June 2016
Working as a receptionist at Royal LePage is very fun and upbeat. You'll always have something to do and won't get bored. The people that work at the office are very friendly and nice; the boss is an amazing and friendly person.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – North Bay, ON – 8 May 2016
This job was great I worked one day a week, Saturdays from 9 till 3. I would answer phone calls, update the powerpoint slideshow and their facebook pages. I learned how to professionally answer the phone and questions. I also had to learn to file listing in the right order. My manager was great, she was always happy to see me and happy to be at work.
Conveyancing Administrator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 18 January 2016
Fantastic Company to work for. The support they provide the staff and realtors is amazing. Wonderful ownership and co-workers. The best part of the job is seeing REALTORS walk away happy and satisfied with the service they have received.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 9 December 2015
Repetitive and unrewarding,
Provided administrative support including managing calendars, composing documents, completing data entry, and organizing the office to ensure the highest level of efficiency
• Established positive client relationships by fielding initial calls from prospective clients with data entry and listing of activity logs • Organized and maintained client files to ensure current information on prospective buyers • Created high interest flyers to advertise available properties to prospective clients • Effectively managed invoicing and outgoing payments • Carried out necessary job functions utilizing Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
PC Hardware Asset Management (Former Employee) – Toronto, Ontario – 1 July 2015
Worked to resell old IT equipment safely and managed to turn old equipment into a revenue source, keeping it out of landfills. Met with customers, collected payments, and provided advice as needed to management. Setup many employees with free computer systems to use at home, as many did not have a computer system. Donated many working systems to local charities for training and educational purposes.
When busy, you can work as hard and as long as you like.
Commercial Realtor (Current Employee) – Vernon, BC – 20 November 2014
The days mostly start by looking after inquiries on listings and/or offers I was working on the evening or day before. I have many businesses and clients that require special attention to their properties. The early mornings is a good time to call or email updated progress reports. Mornings also work best for business meetings either at my office or the clients. Afternoons are more convenient for viewing new listings and clients to view properties. Over 23 years in the business you learn how to read people. Their motivation, urgency, moods, etc. How to peacefully counter reactions to offers and suggestions. How to overall make them feel good when negotiating no matter if they're a Buyer, Seller, Tenant or Landlord.
Over the years I have managed my entire business mostly by myself including bookkeeping.
I enjoy telling co-workers successful ideas that I've used in the business that could help them. I mostly enjoy seeing my Buyer or Seller appreciating the work I've put into making a successful transaction.
The hardest part of my job is the pain of a unsuccessful transaction after many weeks (sometime months) of extremely hard work.
I love to be busy. Looking for a career that's continually busy rather than the up and down of the real estate market.
Outside sales (Former Employee) – West Vancouver, BC – 25 August 2014
When I started with Royal LePage, I took the 5 week starter course which was great because it allowed all the newcomers to get to know the managers and the history of this company.. I found that our daily interactions with one another bonded us and boosted our confidence.
Commercial and Residential Realtor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 June 2014
great place to be, As a member of a real estate board, you also become a member of the BC Real Estate Association and the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Only members of CREA are entitled to call themselves REALTORS®.