Real estate

Real estate cannot be learned in just 60 hours

Caroline Chambers was a guest on The HomeBuyers Hour radio show

Patrick Loftus

Patrick Loftus of Loftus Law is co-host of The HomeBuyers Hour

Joey Mathews

Joey Mathews of the Federal Savings Bank

Homebuyer Time

Homebuyer Hour on AM820

Charles Bellefontaine

Charles Bellefontaine of Chicagoland Home Inspectors, Inc.

Caroline Chambers shares her experience on what it takes to be a professional real estate agent.

Reputation, Reputation, Reputation are the three most important words for a real estate professional.

—Charles Bellefontaine

WILMETTE, IL, USA, Sept. 3, 2022 / — Caroline Chambers sets expectations for how to succeed in real estate. She confirms that no one can learn the profession of real estate broker with only 60 hours of classroom training. It’s so beyond that when it comes to an actual experience. A real estate agent is more than someone who opens a door and fills in the blanks on a real estate contract. Caroline is empathetic towards other human beings, it shows! And that empathy is what sets her apart from average Illinois agents.

It was this week’s episode on The HomeBuyers Hour radio show with Charlie Bellefontaine, Joey Mathews and Patrick Loftus.

Why is this important in real estate? Because we don’t work with people with “assembly line” services. It’s really about designing their LIFE!

The three most important words for a real estate professional are Reputation, Reputation, Reputation. Said Charlie Bellefontaine. We bring professionals, like Caroline Chambers, on this show because she values ​​her reputation.

Caroline went into great detail about the importance of building a relationship and maintaining those relationships.

Relationships mean that trust must be established. This trust does not happen overnight. It’s actually a three-step process. You have to get to know someone first. Heck, you have to get to know yourself so you can share with another person who you are. Then you have to love and respect that person. After these two steps comes trust. Once you trust each other, the relationship can be established. Maintaining this relationship is also important. As soon as you violate that trust, the relationship is ruined and all is lost. While this relationship is being built and maintained/honored, there is another word to remember. Expectations! Real estate professionals need to be clear about what our customers and business partners should expect from us. Because we will break this bond of trust as soon as we do not meet these expectations.

Business partners with whom we align must also value their reputation. If someone we work with has a bad reputation (bad reviews from past clients), it reflects poorly on anyone else who aligns with that business. Any company we wish to establish a relationship with must have a solid reputation. I wouldn’t risk my reputation on someone who doesn’t care about theirs.

Caroline Chambers and Patrick Loftus join The Homebuyers Hour radio show this week to talk about what a caring and guiding real estate professional looks like and if that would be something you would want to experience.
Chicago-based realtor Caroline Chambers expresses her unique approach as a realtor/therapist, building lasting relationships with her clients.

Caroline Chambers – (773) 490-2212
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Patrick Loftus – 773-632-8330
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Joey Mathews – 603-235-2405
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Charlie Bellefontaine – 312-544-9180
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Charles Bellefontaine
Chicagoland Home Inspectors, Inc.
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Interview with Caroline Chambers on The HomeBuyers Hour