If you haven’t heard, we were recently named the 2022 Realogy Advantage Network Masters Cup winner! Put simply, this means that we were the top performing brokerage among all Realogy brands—a list that includes CENTURY 21, Coldwell Banker, Sotheby’s International Realty, Corcoran, Better Homes & Gardens, and ERA.
Six years ago, we published an article that predicted what a day in the life of a U.S. real estate agent would look like in 2020. (Read the original post here.) We imagined a life where our daily routines were interconnected and assisted with the newest technology.
Well, no one could have predicted what actually happened in 2020, but how much did we get right about the life of a real estate agent in 2021?
CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty is expanding to our new North Bethesda location and continuing to add to our dynamic team! We couldn’t be more thrilled with the location and amenities of our new North Bethesda office. What are the highlights?
We hear it all the time, “The physical real estate office is dead. You can work from home (or Starbucks, or your car) just as easily.” While that may hold true for a few real estate professionals, we believe that many still crave the office experience, which is why we’ve focused a lot of time and attention on each of our 13 CENTURY 21 Redwood Realty offices to ensure our agents always look forward to and enjoy their experience. Instead of continuing to wax poetic about our amazing offices (like Reston, Montclair, Arlington, and Ashburn), we reached out to those who matter most – our agents – to see what they love about working in a real estate office.
Real Estate Offices are Great for Client Meetings
Having an office you’re proud to visit isn’t essential just from an ego standpoint; it’s also a crucial part of REALTOR® safety to be able to meet clients in a safe place.
Dave Pard, a C21 Redwood agent from Frederick, says, “I find it useful to meet buyer clients in the office to conduct property searches and display my laptop on the conference room screen. This way, we can review properties together, discuss, and research additional info together, as opposed to back and forth emails.”