To earn the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation, every Realtor must have significant experience with a considerable volume of real estate transactions or gross sales, and must also complete rigorous educational requirements to learn about the experience and education requirements.
Every CRS Designee is required to maintain membership in the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and to abide by its strict Code of Ethics.
Focus on Home Buying and Selling
To help make the home buying and selling process more rewarding, every CRS Designee must have a proven track record in the business, as well as advanced education in related areas like finance, technology and marketing. Work with the top 5 percent.
The training available to CRS Designees includes a strong focus on technology and its applications in the real estate business.
Some quick facts about the CRS designation:
- CRS Designees earn an average of 27 percent more than the average REALTOR® who sells real estate earns.
- CRS Designees complete an average of 70 transactions per year, This compares to a REALTOR® who work as sales agents who complete an average of 10 transactions annually.
- Less than 3.75 percent of all licensed REALTORS® are Certified Residential Specialists
Buying or selling a home can seem like an overwhelming task. But the right Realtor can make the process easier – and more profitable. A Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), with years of experience and success, will help you make smart decisions in a fast-paced, complex and competitive market.