New Challenges. New Disruptions.

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This webinar recording will discuss the new challenges in real estate and the new disruptions agents are facing.

It has been a wild two years! So many new agents selling real estate now. You have been working hours like you never have before. Interest rates, average days on the market and home values are at unprecedented levels.

Join us to explore the different ways to set realistic expectations for your clients. Let’s face it, it’s time to examine our own mental and emotional health status to find our new normal.

Meet Alex and Dale

Alex Milshteyn, CRS is out of Ann Arbor, MI. Alex was the RRC President in 2021 and is the current Immediate Past President Alex has been a Designee for 9 years.

Dale Carlton, CRS has worked in the education field for over twenty-five years, working with non-profit organizations, under-grad students, universities, as an attorney, and largely in the real estate field. Dale is the owner of Carlton Realty, Inc. He was a broker during the sale of over $3 billion in properties, and has been addressing real estate legal issues for agents for over two decades. Dale is a CRS Certified Instructor and was the RRC President in 2015.

Here are some takeaways you can expect from this webinar:

  • How to effectively communicate to clients the positives in current home values and interest rates who are experiencing raising rates for the first time.
  • Competing with all the new REALTORS in your market
  • Reevaluate your budget for the future
  • Advising the client on the differences between appreciation and inflation
  • Why you owe it to yourself to leave work at work and go home happy and content

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