VerifiedAgent.com is proud to announce that seven real estate industry leaders connected to Verified Professionals, LLC were named to Inman News’ “100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders” list for 2013. Specifically, VPA™ Board of Advisors Members Chris Nichols (who was also the world’s first VPA™), Sean Carpenter and Jim Duncan … Read More »
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Sean Carpenter of Coldwell Banker King Thompson Sean Carpenter talks about the number one metric in real estate. What Are People Saying About VPA™?
Verified Professionals, LLC is proud to announce Danny Deitl as Minnesota’s first Verified Professional Agent™ (VPA™). Minneapolis has always been Danny’s home and he has a great appreciation for the city and the changes that it is seeing. Being a product of the Minneapolis Public Schools, including Clara Barton Open … Read More »
Sean Carpenter of Coldwell Banker King Thompson thinks it should be harder to obtain and maintain real estate licenses. What Are People Saying About VPA™? Random Quote: “Raising the Bar in real estate has been discussed for years. Verified Professional Agent™ is the first and only Verification in our … Read More »
Verified Professionals, LLC is proud to announce Jennifer Kjellgren of Atlanta as Georgia’s first Verified Professional Agent™ (VPA™). Armed with a degree in finance from Stetson University and a background in corporate sales and sales management, Jennifer began her real estate career in 2001 after purchasing investment properties throughout Atlanta … Read More »
We spend a lot of time in the Raise the Bar in real estate Facebook group. In that group, we stumbled across this video – shared by member Joe Rath – while talking about the move toward “mobile” in computing: Only two years old and using an iPad like that? … Read More »
I’m a bit of a hoops junkie. I grew up in Indiana – which, more than any other state, is known for basketball – and I graduated from Michigan State University, which has one of the richest basketball traditions at the collegiate level. And if that weren’t enough, my mother’s … Read More »