Diane L. Stevens receives new CNE Designation

  • Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Diane Stevens PROVIDED

Diane L. Stevens, an agent with Agent Owned Realty on Main St. in Summerville, has been awarded the Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) Designation by the Real Estate Negotiation Institute (RENI). The CNE is earned by real estate professionals after successfully completing formal negotiation training. Agents who receive this certification are in the top 1% of all agents nationally.
With professional negotiation skills, agents are able to help clients obtain better results in the sale or purchase of their home. CNE agents have a powerful competitive edge because of their ability to communicate effectively to uncover more information, help clients understand their options, work collaboratively with others, and resolve deadlocks. CNE agents have a thorough understanding of how to negotiate effectively to help achieve their client’s goals.
The Real Estate Negotiation Institute is the leading negotiation training and coaching company in the real estate industry. Tom Hayman, the CEO and Co-Founder of the Real Estate Negotiation Institute, is a professional negotiator with 35+ years of negotiation experience, including 25 years with the Procter and Gamble Company. Hayman asserts, “Any Buyer or Seller who hires a CNE agent can feel confident they have one of the best trained negotiators in real estate. They should achieve superior results and have better resolution of all issues when represented by a CNE agent.”
For more information, visit www.theRENI.com. To contact Diane Stevens, call 843-819-9453 or email Diane.Stevens@agentownedrealty.com.
 

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