Next Level Inspector Services - Environmental Hazards in Real Estate Presentation
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Looking to grow your referral network but not sure how to get started? Lunch & Learn presentations can be a GREAT way to get in front of local real estate agents and demonstrate your knowledge and value.
Typically, for the cost of a catered lunch, agents will welcome you into their office and give you their time and attention for about an hour – when given this opportunity, you’ve got to make that hour count!
This unique PowerPoint presentation contains 190 colorful slides and focuses on the four most common environmental hazards home buyers are concerned with: mold, radon, asbestos, and lead paint. Since this is an important topic of interest for Realtors, it’s sure to give you a professional edge when you demonstrate your knowledge of these topics through a visually engaging presentation. In addition to the presentation, you will also receive a .PDF file handout that can be printed to go along with the presentation content.
Because of the extensive content contained in this presentation, it can be broken up into a multipart series. Kari has actually gotten this exact course accredited in her state to teach as a 3hr CE course to Realtors, and it has been a real hit, and a great way to gain exposure to new agents, show her knowledge and value, and as an added bonus, agents that take this course generally encourage their clients to include environmental testing in their home inspection package!
This PowerPoint can easily be branded specifically with your company logo and information to be used over and over again.
What are you waiting for? Time to increase your inspection volume and take your business to the next level!
* This presentation contains the Next Level Mold and Radon Presentations within the slides making it a fantastic full spectrum presentation or you can split it in to multiple.