Agent designations are available from a variety of sources. Agents can take a course to become a Certified Negotiation Expert or a Senior Real Estate Specialist. But are these certifications worth the paper they are printed on? Let’s take a look at how you can decide if it is worth earning a designation or if you should trust an agent because of a certification. Continue reading →
AgentHarvest, a premier real estate agent directory used by people all over America to find top real estate agents, has recently completed a series highlighting the most popular real estate accreditations in America.
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Buying a vacation home is a major purchase, and while it is not a primary home, it should not be completed hastily. If you are looking to buy a second home, a Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist (RSPS) is an agent specially trained on helping you find and purchase the perfect property for your needs. Continue reading →
Nobody likes losing a loved one. The loss of a family member is a hard thing to experience in any circumstance, but dealing with the legal hassles of wills and estates makes the grieving process even worse. A Certified Probate Real Estate Specialist (CPRES) designated agent has special training to deal with this very situation, and can help alleviate some of the difficulty of this unpleasant time. Continue reading →
Around the world, there is a large trend of rural families moving into urban cities, and this trend is true here in the United States as well. With more people moving into cities, urban real estate is becoming more important than ever. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in an urban center, the services of a Certified Urban Expert (CUE) designated real estate agent might be perfect for you. Continue reading →
As an active duty military member, you regularly have to move around the country, and sometimes internationally, to fulfill your duties. As a veteran, you may have special needs and requirements when buying a home, such as proximity to a military base or VA facility. Any agent can help you buy and sell a home, but only a VA & Military Real Estate Specialist (VAMRES) designated agent has taken the time to become a certified specialist in meeting your needs. Continue reading →