Do Real Estate Property Consultants need or deserve a holiday? After 35 plus years in the industry I can tell you that a holiday or just taking leave is essential. Successful consultants work extremely hard on behalf of their clients with no set working hours.
Evenings and Sunday afternoon open homes are regularly on the calendar, so long hours are quite normal. Don’t let anyone tell you that a Real Estate Property Consultants working life is easy. In fact, if it is, then that particular consultant will come I and out of the industry really quickly. The Real Estate Authority has legislated that all consultants must complete further education on an annual basis and this adds to the work load.
A consultant will only arrive on the road to success when they have built up a solid reputation based up on the trust afforded them by their clients. At this stage they become much sought after and their workload simply increases.
Therefore, I am about to leave for Canada this week for a fortnights holiday. The question I ask is, do I deserve it? I will let you draw your own conclusions on this.
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