Licensed Real Estate Listing Agent
About the Job
In 2000, Creig started the Creig Northrop Team. Their motto is, "If you're going to do it, you might as well be the best." With that mindset, Creig and Carla dove headfirst into establishing a team and maximizing its recognition within Maryland. Their commitment to learning and growth resulted in the Creig Northrop Team becoming the #1 team in the nation an unprecedented three times!
Accomplishing the pinnacle of performance as a real estate team, Creig and Carla sought new levels of success. In February 2018, they announced that the Creig Northrop Team would become Northrop Realty, A Long & Foster Company. Today, Northrop Realty is a full-service brokerage with 14 office locations that employs more than 200 energetic professionals -- all of whom offer distinct specialties focused on ensuring extraordinary service to their clients.
Our mission is to be the leader in the real estate marketplace using the highest degree of professionalism and expertise to meet and exceed the needs of our clientele. We strive to be the best in the business. We are dedicated to raising the bar in the real estate industry. Real estate agents who join our brokerage experience the Northrop Way, which includes mentorships, free high-intensity training courses with NorthropU, a motivational company culture, and unlimited opportunities for growth.
A Licensed Real Estate Listing Agents not only lists and manages housing sales, they also network and coordinate with buyers and sellers. Due to the personal nature of the listing process, you'll need to have excellent interpersonal and administrative skills. You'll be responsible for consulting with clients regarding the sales process and obtaining great value for their property.
The ideal Real Estate Listing Agent will be a coachable self-starter with a great sense of creativity. The real estate market is always evolving and we need someone who can develop unique ways of standing out to potential clients. Experience in sales, customer service, and marketing are valuable to a career in real estate. If you already possess your real estate license, we want to speak with you!
- Interact with customers via phone, email, social media, and in-person meetings.
- Advise clients on the state of the local real estate market.
- Answer questions about contracts, terms of sale, and other parts of the real estate process.
- Utilize computer technology to manage a database of customers and prospects.
- Proactively reach out to clients to initiate or follow-up on real estate transactions.
- Manage marketing and advertising through websites, mail-outs, and open houses.
- Give you a competitive commission rate to offer you financial security.
- Encourage a healthy work/life balance with a flexible schedule.
- Guide you through the real estate licensing process.
Compensation in the real estate market is related directly to a Real Estate Professional's performance. High-performing, dedicated agents have reasonable potential to make over $100,000 a year after establishing a strong client base. You will find that the more time and work you put in, the more potential you will have for higher income.
Notice: While a real estate license is not required to apply, you must obtain a real estate license before officially being hired. To earn a real estate license you will need to complete real estate classes (online or in-person) offered by an accredited learning institution and pass a state licensing exam. To learn more about the real estate licensing process, apply now and our recruiting team will provide additional details.
We are dedicated to fair hiring practices and operate as an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, or nation of origin. We take pride in being exceptional leaders and citizens of our community and we're dedicated to treating all our potential employees with the same level of care and respect.