Whoever possible. We welcome all licensees to join us should they want flexibility with work, while dealing honestly & efficiently. The same principle includes all client types - we offer equal service and equal opportunity. And hope it‘s recirpocated.
Whatever possible. This is a service industry, and while it’s demands aren’t for everyone, from residential, to commercial, to luxury, to investment and businesses, if our real estate license covers it, we can help buy, sell, lease or refer it.
Whenever possible, for as long as possible. Loyalty is when you can keep the doors wide open, yet no one leaves. And much like our hearts, it doesn’t turn off. We don’t quit each other.
Wherever possible. We are all an extension of the same family, same brand, same identity, same culture. No matter where we are.
As good as possible. Treating people fairly increases your shelf life in this business. And working with integrity will help you sleep better at night. You’re never wrong to do the right thing. Altruism in practice.
As much as possible. Salesmanship is the art of letting the customer have it your way. There’s truth in “hard work leads to an easy life, easy work leads to a hard life”. We’re here to work smarter and harder. Which is why we focus on performance, not just counting dollars. People over pay.
This is for you to decide.
Real estate involves both contract law & ethics. Can you be sued, can a complaint be filed on you, can you be fired - yes, three times. While we exercise flexibility here at SG, there are boundaries to avoid.
No, we should not have an upper hand over our clients. A mutual benefit is the extent of it. And one via full disclosure. Much like the sheering-the-sheep parable, you won’t last as long in this business if you place yourself above your clients interests.
Never should you jeopardize your character, let alone where you work. Remain honest, keep away from greediness, and be a team player toward one another.
We are representing clients, a brokerage, and ourselves. Laziness or carelessness is still a choice. And that choice can still have consequences. Performance isn’t measured by “how much”, but more so “how well”. It’s ok to choose not to work, but once you do choose to, become aware of what you can handle - and make sure the feeling matches. If not, ask for help. And don’t take on more work.
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