Assertiveness Training

A recent publication made the statement that it takes a lot of courage to be assertive. A simple notion but a profound thought, especially in a mercurial economic environment. Assertive courage is key in maneuvering through the process of buying or selling real estate. A seller needs to present the product to a number of critics, the buyer, the inspector and the appraiser. A buyer needs to compare the benefits of the chosen product to the reports that appear through the inspection and the appraisal. Getting to closing can be tricky without proper representation, assertive representation. This is not the time nor the economy to be represented by the "Ms. Congeniality" award winner. This is the time to be careful in your decisions! Be assertive in your choice, and choose wisely. The National Association of Realtors is one of the oldest trade associations in the United States, one needs to be a realtor to join. Realtors are professionals that have achieved the training and state license requirements and the required ethics training of the association. I am proud to have served as a Director on the Denver Board of Realtors, an arm of the Colorado Association of Relators and the National Association of Realtors. The elected position is an opportunity for realtors to work on issues in an assertive manner that affect buyers and sellers, at the local and national level. The issues range from zoning changes and requirements to efforts that will lobby to preserve the mortgage interest tax deductions for American homeowners. Realtors are professionals with the courage to be assertive. If you would like more information on the process of buying or selling homes feel free to contact me at my email address: posted: September 15, 2011 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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