Job Description The Real Estate Listing Specialist is a real estate agent who navigates the process of creating effective home and property listings for clients. They also meet with prospective home buyers and sellers to help determine client needs. This role is ideal for individuals who are highly creative, possess excellent people-skills, and can build trust quickly with clients. You'll be the hub for client connections, whether it be by telephone, email or the internet. You'll have the charisma to engage a client who is contacting us for the very first time, the confidence and knowledge to advise sellers on their home sale, and the ability to follow through and keep our sellers informed while their home is actively listed on the market. You'll need to form positive and trusting relationships with clients and other real estate agents. The success of a real estate transaction largely depends on the listing process, so you must be thorough, dependable, and detail-oriented. Furthermore, since you'll be working independently, you'll have control over your schedule and when you choose to work. Compensation for Listing Specialists is commission-based. You will find that the more effort you put into making sales, purchases, and listings, the more income you will generate for yourself. Real Estate Listing Specialists can often earn over $100,000 after they've established a strong client base. Job Responsibilities As a Real Estate Listing Specialist, you will... * Respond to all lead requests in a timely manner * Work with clients to stage, price and market homes * Act as an intermediary between your seller and potential buyer * Call customers regularly to provide feedback on their selling or buying process * Work side by side with other agents and team members to effectively coordinate the listing and selling process * Network and pursue referrals and nurture a roster of clients As an employer, we will... * Equip you to be your own boss and take back control of your work schedule * Nurture a culture of support, encouragement, and learning, to help you thrive in your role * Offer a competitive commission rate that allows you to earn as much as you put into the position * Provide training and resources to help you succeed in your business Regulatory Notice: To work as a real estate agent, you must have (or be willing to obtain) a real estate license in the state where you will be working. Like getting a driver's license, state-authorized training/testing is required to obtain a license. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public. About Carolina One Locally owned and operated, Carolina One Real Estate services all of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties with conveniently located sales offices throughout the area. Participating in one out of every three homes sold through the Greater Charleston, SC MLS, we are the local real estate market leader. A commitment to professionalism, personalized customer service, and results is key to the firm's success. Working Here We understand that our agents work hard to provide the best service for their clients, and we are committed to being a brokerage that helps Sales Partners grow and become entrepreneurs of their own small businesses. We offer industry-leading marketing programs, experienced leadership, comprehensive training and coaching, and the technology and tools that you need to be successful. Our Equal Opportunity Promise We are committed to fair hiring practices and operate as an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, or nation of origin. We pride ourselves as being exceptional leaders and members of our community and we're committed to treating all our potential employees with the same level of care and respect. Industry Real Estate Associated topics: broker, home, housing, listing, listing consultant, real estate agent, real estate broker, residential, residential real estate, residential property leasing agent
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