Takeaways from my First Six Months at Cresa
It is so important to stay in touch constantly with both your clients and the brokers with whom you are dealing in negotiations. With consistent check-ins, you can take the temperature, assure that everyone is on the same page and keep the project timeline on track.
Don’t wait for others, keep pinging throughout discussions. Also, pick up the phone – it’s much more efficient.
- Don’t take the bus home when you drove to work. You will wonder where your car is when you get home.
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