Chad goes above and beyond to support his clients which means continued education and specializing in every aspect of real estate!
Not every real estate licensee is a REALTOR®. It signifies membership in an association of REALTORS® chartered by a state association of REALTORS ® with the National Association of REALTORS®.
It's a serious professional commitment. Membership represents a promise of integrity, accountability, and principle: When you work with a REALTOR®, you're working with someone who has taken the extra step to become a member of an association of real estate professionals, and who has pledged to adhere to the association's strict Code of Ethics.
Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) is the highest credential awarded to residential sales agents, managers and brokers.
In California, to earn the prestige associated with the CPA license, individuals are required to demonstrate their knowledge and competence by passing the Uniform CPA Exam, meeting high educational standards, and completing a specified amount of general accounting experience.
By earning a CPA license, you are telling the world that you received a broad-based education, planned well, and studied hard to pass all parts of a very difficult exam. A CPA license shows that you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be a trusted business adviser to your clients or employer and that you are an ethical individual who can offer an independent viewpoint.
In short, it means you have become a well-respected professional widely known as “the most trusted adviser.”
Chad passed all 4 parts of the CPA exam at the same time back in 1994. This was accomplished by less than 5% of the people who sat for the CPA exam. Currently, participants can merely take one section at a time.
REALTORS® with the e-PRO® certification know how to put technology to work for you.
Real estate technology is constantly evolving, and it takes the power of a knowledgeable professional to harness it. Whether you're looking to market your property or find your new home, an e-PRO® is uniquely qualified to help you.
By working with an e-PRO®, you benefit from someone who has:
The Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation is a professional certification mark for financial planners conferred by the CFP® Board. The CFP® certification process identifies to the public that those individuals who have been authorized to use the CFP® certification marks in the U.S. have met rigorous professional standards and have agreed to adhere to the principles of integrity, objectivity, competence, fairness, confidentiality, professionalism and diligence when dealing with clients.
The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation is designed for real estate buyer agents who focus on working directly with buyer-clients.
While this accreditation focuses on the buyer, it is very important from the sell-side as well as it enables you to better understand the buyers' thought process. Click Here to learn more about this important designation.
The Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource certification, or SFR is issued by the National Association of REALTORS®, is bestowed upon those individuals who have taken a certified class and met other parameters. The primary focus is on the handling of short sales and foreclosures.
The Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification is specifically designed to enhance skills in pricing properties, creating CMAs, working with appraisers, and guiding clients through the anxieties and misperceptions they often have about home values.
The designation is set up to meet the special needs of maturing Americans (50 plus) when selling, buying, relocating, or refinancing residential or investment properties. By earning the SRES® designation, REALTORS® are prepared to approach mature clients with the best options and information for them to make life-changing decisions.
The Endorsement goes to REALTORS® who have demonstrated knowledge and competency in 10 core areas of real estate practice: 1) Client service 2) Professional reputation 3) Real estate law 4) REALTOR® Code of Ethics 5) Equal service to all (Article 10 of the Code) 6) Advocacy of real property ownership 7) Trust and integrity 8) Use of technology 9) Data privacy 10) Areas of practice