Prospecting. Pipelines. Scripts and dialogues. If you’re new to the real estate industry, these might still all be unfamiliar terminology. However, if you’ve been in this business for any amount of time, you’ve got some idea about what these terms mean for the longevity of your real estate career. It’s easier, however, when you start to think of ‘prospecting’ as ‘finding prospective buyers and sellers who may need your assistance’, ‘pipelines’ as a ‘list of people who range from wanting to buy or sell something now to those who are interested in possibly buying or selling down the road’, and ‘scripts and dialogues’ as ‘specific words used to better communicate your desire to help people’ and ‘questions to ask to help you better identify people who need your help now versus those who might need it later.’
One of the unsung benefits of being a real estate agent is becoming part of a wider community. For example, our agents aren’t only a part of the CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty family; they’re a part of their local associations, their state association, and the National Association of REALTORS®…not to mention being a part of the CENTURY 21 family, the Realogy family, and the real estate community as a whole.
Essential to being part of any community, however, is active involvement. We’re incredibly proud of the various ways CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty owners, agents, staff, and EVPs who are dedicated to giving back to their respective real estate communities. Here are some of the most recent ways we've demonstrated our commitment to community.