Agents Divulge Which Aspects of Real Estate They Want To Learn More About

Last month (October), we asked our CE Plus members, “What aspects of the real estate profession/industry do you want to learn more about?” We received a wide variety of responses, including marketing, negotiating and property management. The most popular answer was “commercial real estate.” Keep reading to learn what else made the list.

What aspects of the real estate profession/industry do you want to learn more about?

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Here’s the full list of the different aspects of real estate that our members said they’d like to learn more about:

  • Commercial real estate (5)
  • Negotiating (3)
  • Social media marketing (3)
  • Real estate law (2)
  • Property management (2)
  • People buying multi-units as owner-occupied investments (2)
  • Rental investment management
  • Getting more clients
  • Marketing
  • Listings
  • Pricing strategy
  • Staging
  • Virtual open houses and videos
  • Professional designations
  • How to join organizations
  • Working with veterans
  • Mortgage basics
  • 1031 exchange
  • Legal protections
  • Data security
  • Real estate ethics
  • Adjustments
  • VA and FHA loans
  • Appraisal issues

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Professional development opportunities

How can you advance your skills in the areas you want to learn more about? Continuing education courses are an excellent way to increase your industry knowledge and skills. Here at McKissock Learning, we offer the most comprehensive library of real estate CE and professional development courses available. Additionally, you can build skills to advance your career with our real estate coaching and training. Learn from top real estate coaches, explore new real estate topics or brush up on the basics with our non-credit webinars and online courses.

Are there some aspects of real estate that you absolutely love and excel at, but other areas where you’re lacking and could use some additional help? Consider joining a real estate team to help sharpen your real estate skills and grow your career.