CRSs have the professional experience and advanced training to ensure successful, worry-free real estate transactions.
Certified Residential Specialists are REALTORS® that have completed a significant number of real estate transactions and have met requirements for advanced training and education. That means that CRSs are experienced professionals who have a proven track record of successful sales and transactions.
As REALTORS®, CRSs abide by a strict Code of Ethics and maintain membership within the National Association of REALTORS®.
As a home buyer or a seller, you face many risks along the way—financial risks, legal risks, even the risk that a home purchase will fall through. A CRS is trained to minimize those risks and negotiate on your behalf to give you peace of mind throughout your transaction.
Education and experience is what being a Certified Residential Specialists (CRS) is all about. Annually, Certified Residential Specialists earn more than triple the income of the average than non-designee REALTORS® and CRSs complete nearly twice as many transactions each year.
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