“I believe in real estate, if I found someone their first home or second home, I’m changing someone’s life and that’s what I’m here for.”
As a real estate agent lending a helping hand for those looking to buy homes for two years now, Teric Thompson has already made a significant impact in his field. His methods have only further demonstrated the utmost vitality of which networking and customer centricity brings to a successful business. In addition to building relationships with customers, maintaining such connections in the long run, even far after any business transaction, is what truly expands the fortune of the endeavor in ways that are both monetary and unmaterialistic.
As a dual career entrepreneur, working as his own boss as a realtor at Keller Williams Urban Dallas, analyzing revenue management at Hilton Worldwide, and having obtained a degree in hospitality management, Teric has constructed himself a background within the realms of both data analysis and real estate. As one may come to expect, having the skills to analyze and collect data comes a long way in areas such as real estate for various reasons whether it is for providing numerical information for how to prepare for certain market changes or for building a matrix of organized information storing data on homes, buyers, sellers, and clients called an MLS or Multiple Listing Service.
Article by Ian Draney