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post Oct 4 2007, 09:11 AM
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Many Perth mums are keen to get back to work but are fussy about the roles they’ll consider. They may or may not want a full-time role because they’re anxious to avoid any negative impact on their families.

Likewise, they’ve learned that time is precious and they want to make sure they get maximum dollar return on the time they invest in their new job.

As well, most have taken on unnecessarily stressful roles in the past and with the wisdom of hindsight are determined not to fall into that trap again, for their own sake as well as their family’s. Particularly in real estate, many agency cultures have been predatory and unpleasant, repelling those whose higher ethics and values don’t fit.

In the past real estate hasn’t been a serious option because generally the hours weren’t family friendly. And real estate, traditionally, has had a “burn and churn” mentality toward its professionals, providing almost zero support, with most professionals earning less than unemployment benefits.

An Environment that Answers Your Specific Concerns

VISIONRE Real Estate was founded out of deep dissatisfaction with the real estate industry, and a determination to professionalise it to a much higher level. This includes a genuinely family-friendly environment and a support system that provides backup and nurture previously unheard of.

A professional role at VISIONRE Real Estate can be a preferred option for mums because it meets the 4 main criteria for a sane approach to going back to work:

1 A role which absolutely minimises negative impact on the family. You plan your activities and appointments around your family schedule, supported by VISIONRE.

2 A role within a quality environment. The management team holds a deep appreciation for the work-life balance, and have worked committedly to create a culture of co-operation and mutual respect.

3 A role which is supported by training not available anywhere else in the industry, where you can access experienced mentoring whenever you need it, which is backed up by creative and worthwhile marketing initiatives designed to help clients actually seek you out.

4 A role which returns the highest level income for the hours you invest. A typical commission is around $5000 and VISIONRE’s full-time professionals are expected to earn a minimum of 2 commissions per week. What you earn is really a matter of choice, dependent upon the number of hours which are suitable for you in your unique situation.

What Characteristics Do You Need to Succeed?

Whether or not you have worked at executive level in a previous position, you may be right for us if you have:

• Excellent presentation and communication skills
• An outgoing and confident personality with a passion for success
• Rock-solid ethics and total commitment to delivering a great experience to our clients
• Excellent computer skills
• Passion to learn new skills and continue to develop personally and professionally
• Love working co-operatively as a team and still be able to work autonomously

Interested in finding out more? You’ll need to act quickly! Please visit our web site at www.vre.com.au, or call our Director of Human Resources, Zeeshan Pasha today for a chat on (08) 9361 4500 or 0412 291 206.

Best wishes
The VISIONRE Real Estate Team

PS: Please pass this on to other mums who might be considering career options, or who might be looking for a better alternative to what they’re currently doing.
PPS: Remember to ask for your free report “A Day in the Life of a Real Estate Professional” to get a better idea of the lifestyle we can offer you.

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