I am Beverly Carter

Published by admin on September 30,2014

I am Beverly Carter.

I am a Realtor looking to bring value to my clients.

I am Beverly Carter.

I am a Realtor who has drive, ambition and a will to succeed.

I am Beverly Carter.

Each day, I show property to strangers hoping to bring the dream of homeownership to more people.

I am Beverly Carter.

I have shown property alone to complete strangers in a neighborhood I have never been in hopes of putting a deal together.

I am Beverly Carter.

Every single day, I solicit buyers and sellers - perfect strangers really - in hopes that I can secure them as clients.

I am Beverly Carter.

I am a hard worker and responsive and generous with my time and knowledge.

I am Beverly Carter.

Beverly Carter was a 49 year old Arkansas Realtor who was senselessly murdered this week. Police have a suspect in custody now, but aren’t saying what if any link exists between the suspect and Mrs. Carter.

Mrs. Carter was a mother and wife who had been in the real estate business for much of her adult life. She disappeared from a property she was showing in the Little Rock area.

Each and every day, Realtors all over North America work with total strangers and put them in their car and tour properties. The job of a Realtor can be fulfilling and rewarding, but certain risks do exist as there is no physical “buffer” between the public and the real estate professional. Agents sometimes sit alone in open houses and do property tours without partners.

I would remind all of our students that this is an amazing profession, but does have inherent risk. Please be diligent in who you work with and make sure that 100% of your clients are pre-approved at all times. Speak to their lender before you tour them. If they say they are paying cash, secure a bank statement.

There is no law that says you have to work with everyone that calls you. Be selective. It’s your right.

Kartik Subramaniam
Founder

ADHI Schools, LLC

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