Seniors Real Estate Specialists? are REALTORS? qualified to address the needs of home buyers and sellers age 50+. The SRES? Council awards the SRES? Designation to those members who have successfully completed its education program.
By earning the SRES? designation, your REALTOR? has demonstrated necessary knowledge and expertise to counsel clients age 50-plus through major financial and lifestyle transitions involved in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home. Your REALTOR? has received special training, gets regular updates, and is prepared to offer the options and information needed in making life changing decisions.
A Seniors Real Estate Specialist? is experienced and knowledgeable in meeting your specific needs. And that can make all the difference in the world.
As we age, we demand specialists in our health needs, so why not in our housing and equity needs as well? An SRES brings:
An SRES? designee can help you make wise decisions about selling the family home, financing, buying rental property, or managing the capital gains and tax implications of owning real estate, among many other issues. In addition to guiding clients to the right experts on tax laws, probate, estate planning, and a variety of equity conversion strategies, Seniors Real Estate Specialists? can offer clients relevant information on current trends in senior real estate transactions.
The SRES? Designation course seeks to instill each student with the knowledge and understanding of, and empathy for, 50+ real estate clients and customers, while educating students on developing the business building skills and resources needed for specialization in the 50-plus real estate market.
Your SRES Designee has:
A national program since 1998, the council now has Seniors Real Estate Specialists? in all 50 states and Canada and adds hundreds of new members every month.
SRES members are not qualified to give legal or tax advice and the SRES Council does not guarantee the accuracy of its members'' information. All clients are strongly urged to contact a real estate attorney or certified public accountant to obtain legal or tax advice.