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Marketing Account Representative (Real Estate)

Job Description
A Real Estate Marketing Account Representative is also referred to as a real estate agent. In this career, opportunities to work independently, network with clients and other Marketing Account Representatives and manage your own business are endless. As a Marketing Account Representative in real estate, there are plenty of opportunities for growth and achievement. The Real Estate Marketing Account Representative position appeals to independent and self-driven professionals. Your success depends on you and your drive, so this career appeals to those who can motivate themselves to see projects through and work hard to satisfy their clients.
Job Responsibilities
Communicate with customers via telephone, email, and social media platforms
Educate customers about current real estate market trends
Cater to the motives of the buyer and seller
Answer questions about contracts and terms of sale
Use technology to manage a large database of customers and properties
Assist clients with financial decisions
Resolve conflicts that arise during transactions
Network with other Marketing Account Representatives to represent your clients
Advertise your services online and to the local community
About PMZ Real Estate
PMZ Real Estate is the #1 real estate firm in the market and is the 38th largest real estate firm in the United States. Our agents sell over $1.2 billion dollars in Central Valley real estate annually. With offices throughout the Central Valley, Mother Lode and East Bay and over 550 real estate professionals, PMZ Real Estate offers its clients the best opportunity for success in meeting their real estate needs.
Regulatory Notice. To work as a real estate agent (and be qualified for this position) you must have (or obtain) a real estate license. Like getting a driver's license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public.


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