Local Realtor Jacque Weems earns Master Certified Negotiation Expert designation

Jacqueline Weems

Jacqueline Weems

Sedona-Verde Valley Realtor Jacqueline Weems has been awarded the Master Certified Negotiation Expert designation by the Real Estate Negotiation Institute. The Master Certified Negotiation Expert (MCNE) program consists of six days of professional negotiation theory and techniques, as well as practical application to real estate negotiation situations.

Weems is with the Real Estate Consultant Team of Greenfield & Weems, Russ Lyon | Sotheby’s International Realty. 20 Road Runner Suite A, Sedona.

The MCNE program is the premier and most comprehensive negotiation training program in real estate. Agents who receive this designation are in the top .3 percent of all agents nationally in negotiation skill training.

No real estate professional can guarantee specific outcomes or results for a real estate transaction. Home Buyers and Sellers can be sure that their MCNE agent/broker will conduct the real estate negotiations professionally, skillfully, and with confidence on the client’s behalf.

The results achieved by the client and his/her MCNE agent/broker will likely be among the best possible for the specific situation. (Negotiation Expertise, LLC, and the Real Estate Negotiation Institute do not warrant or guarantee any specific results when hiring a MCNE agent.)

The Real Estate Negotiation Institute (RENI) is the leading negotiation training company in the real estate industry. RENI is an international negotiation training company with over 25 instructors who have a combined experience of over 500 years. RENI is also a member of the Harvard Program on Negotiation.

For more information visit www.TheRENI.com.


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