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This is the question being discussed among real estate professionals across the county.
The topic in question is whether or not an initial license alone is sufficient for a person to practice the business of real estate. The solution suggested by professionalism advocates is to adopt legislation requiring an apprenticeship phase. Providing structured supervision and training to new licensees in an effort to elevate the character and professionalism throughout the industry.
In spite of the ongoing apprenticeship debate, most do agree that our industry is due for a "new development of professional consciousness and a higher standard of professional service", towards both consumers and practitioners alike.
How many of you think our industry lacks professionalism amongst its peers?
In a recent article written by Realty Times—California Real Estate Commissioner discusses "what makes a real estate practitioner a professional".
Read it here and honestly ask yourself how many of the 7 professional attributes you possess.
So, how many of the 7 did you claim?
Michael Humphries, designated broker for Compass Roads Realty, Inc. and writer for iOn real estate covers local and national real estate news, industry trends and market analytics. Read more of his work here.
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