Truckee realtor receives resort and second-home property specialist certification
March 4, 2010
TRUCKEE and#8212; Dickson Realty Truckeeand#8217;s Bonnie Jessee earned the Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist (RSPS) Certification. The RSPS is a nationally-recognized certification awarded by the National Association of Realtors to real estate professionals who wish to demonstrate and promote to consumers and their peers alike their expertise in the varied specialty. Jessee has worked in real estate for more than 10 years and has been a part of the Dickson Realty Truckee team since 2005. In addition to her RSPS Certification, she also focuses on commercial real estate in the Truckee/Lake Tahoe areas.
and#8220;The RSPS certification program is unlike any other professional certification or designation,and#8221; said Allan and#8216;Dutchand#8217; Dechert, 2008 chair of the NAR Resort and Second-Home Committee and an RSPS. and#8220;It takes specialized skills and knowledge to maximize the business opportunities in resort and second-home markets. You need to be able to communicate your proficiency in this aspect of real estate. RSPS Certification lets everyone know youand#8217;re serious about lifestyle real estate.and#8221;
The program focuses on developing the knowledge and skill base that real estate professionals need to specialize in buying, selling, or managing second homes in a resort, recreational, and/or vacation destination and properties for investment, development, or retirement. In order to achieve the RSPS Certification, Realtors are required to take two core courses. They must also complete two electives or hold the Accredited Buyer Representative, Certified International Property Specialist, Certified Property Manager or Council of Residential Specialists designations.
For more information on Dickson Realty Truckee, call 587-7444.
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