OfficeMe is fully equipped urban Coworking & Instant Office space. It is situated in a representative building and at first sight, it leaves an impression on your clients/investors that the entire building is yours. The proximity of hotels and parking lots allows you to provide your clients with comfortable accommodation and completely professional and business workstation within a short period of time. Serious and flexible at the same time, OfficeMe is an ideal space for your business, especially in situations when you need rapid expansion of your business capacities without additional investments.
You can just come in, sit at your computers and start working. It is our job to make all infrastructure-related needs and problems invisible to you and your clients. Adaptable and adjustable to your needs, this high-quality space can be yours for a month or for a longer period of time. The key of comfort is the possibility to work 24/7, since OfficeMe is open around the clock, whenever you need support, a virtual office, or conference rooms.
The concept of trust forms part of our DNA wiring.
Trust can be defined as “confidence in the honesty or integrity of a person”, and the synonyms associated with the noun are confidence, dependence, belief, and credence.
Trust is about both characters which includes integrity and competence (your strengths and your weaknesses).
There is a saying that “nothing is as fast as the speed of trust”, and this can refer to every real estate agent’s most valuable asset: recommendation by word of mouth. The thing about trust is that if you lose it, it is gone forever. But if you have it, it spreads from person to person.
The maxim “know me, like me, trust me” is often used in real estate training to explain the process of gaining trust. It doesn’t happen the minute you first meet someone. To be recognized as “trustworthy” you have to earn it first by demonstrating your honesty and integrity, and only then will you gain a person’s confidence.
From the very beginning of the seller/agent relationship there is an element of mistrust, often compounded by an over-inflated “valuation” of a property. This is the greatest dilemma faced by real estate agents every working day. If they under-appraise they may lose the listing, and if they over-appraise they may lose trust and their own reputation. Over-appraising is often referred to as “buying a listing”.
The crux of the issue appears to lie somewhere between an understanding of the industry code of ethics and good real estate training.
At the end of the day a real estate agents reputation is everything, and his success or failure depends on it.