Are Real Estate Agents Still Relevant Today?

Selling Sacred Ground takes an in-depth look at the real estate sales process and whether or not the real estate agent will be relevant or worthy of replacement in the marketplace.

Whereas most real estate resources are focused on how to get more clients and more money, long-term veteran Craig Farestveit addresses how to actually do the job well for clients.

Selling Sacred Ground author Craig Farestveit

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Chris Zastrow Chris Zastrow from Glendale
I just finished reading your treasure of a book. The real estate industry has drastically changed since we first started. Selling Sacred Ground is a perfect example of the value we bring to our clients. It was also a reminder of why I got into this business in the first place. Thank you for writing this book and sharing your knowledge, experience and personal stories. By the way, I had Mr. Pack for Science too! Many Thanks! Chris
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