Do you want to be a housing hero to your clients? If so, read on. Tomorrow, July 31, the San Francisco Association of Relators’ governmental affairs director Mary Jung and deputy governmental affairs director Jay Cheng will offer an educational legislative session from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
This legislative affairs update will include a discussion of the ever-shifting political landscape in San Francisco as well as California as a whole. It will also provide an overview of the latest legislation under discussion as well as how it affects you and your business. You’ll also learn ho to get involved in supporting or opposing campaigns to protect the interests of you and your clients.
Why is staying savvy and up-to-date important? Well, in case you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot of competition out there. In order to distance yourself from those competitors, you need to be on the ball in order to provide excellent client advocacy as well as to attract new business. Continuing your education is a commitment you make when you get your license, since so many things can change so quickly.
A little about the San Francisco Association of Realtors: the SFAR comprises a part of a network of local and state associations of Realtors, all of which are affiliated with and chartered by the National Association of Realtors. The San Francisco Association of Realtors provides services to Realtors doing business in San Francisco and the Northern Peninsula, and the Association operates the SFAR multiple listing service, known as SFARMLS, in addition to providing member services including publications, legislative representation and education programs such as tomorrow’s event.
You can learn more at my.sfrealtors.com.
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