Young Professionals Network - Cultivating Excellence
Would you like to attend a Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians game? A bus trip is scheduled, and you don't have to a member of the Young Professionals Network to go.
Two of my colleagues, Carrie Robbins and Tara Miller have proven themselves instrumental with their much appreciated involvement helping young Realtors and organizing events for both fun and education through the YPN. One of the next Continuing Education classes being offered to Realtors is "Three Real Estate Trends to Prep for Now" featuring the National Association of Realtor's Director of Digital, Nobu Hata. This is a free class for Realtors, and fun for all, a bus trip outing is planned to take in a Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians at the Great American Ball Park, and you don't have to be Realtor to sign up.
Watch the short video for more information and you can sign up for the bus trip to the ball game here: http://www.dabr.com/
Buying or selling real estate is a complex journey, rife with potential financial and emotional pitfalls, and it's increasingly important to contribute to young professional's education and their sense of ethics. Realtors protect clients, defend their interests and guide them on complex aspects of various processes.
The Dayton Area Board of Realtors' Young Professionals Network strives to take young Realtors under its wing, engage these new professionals in activities that are both fun and educational. Increasing the skills of new Realtors and knowledge of the industry has a broad impact on local communities.
There are so many things that can go wrong, and why both buy and sell sides are entitled to professional representation. Many don't realize that Realtors are in a constant state of on-going education as required by law, and held to a very strict code of ethics when it comes to serving the public.
Confidentiality, disclosure, local real estate and internet law, negotiating and marketing skills are just the tip of the iceberg and it matters. We need to continue to cultivate and groom leaders for our industry that will uphold and champion matters of ethics from discrimination to having an impact on the rights of buyers, sellers and also homeowners. I find a lot of people don't realize that Realtors fight to preserve and protect home owners rights and apply strong political leverage as often as needed to that end.