Much like any industry, real estate is populated with individuals who came to the field through self-motivation, raw talent or successful mentoring. But as the competition continues to heat up, real estate professionals across the board are raising the bar even higher through more formalized training programs.
For Adrienne “Abe” Wagner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty in Donegal, Penn., and Rachael Hand of Bay Sotheby’s International Realty in Oakland, Calif., that training came in the form of REALTOR® University Master of Real Estate (MRE) Degree Program.
Not only has the Master of Real Estate Degree positioned both Wagner and Hand well ahead of the competition, it’s also provided them with the tolls they need to be more successful, as well as insight into the best practices from their peers across the country.
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