I’m a Proud Member of the National Association of Law Enforcement Realtors.
You either have to be a Full Time Cop/Deputy and also a Realtor. Or you can be a Retired Police officer, Deputy Sheriff, Highway Patrol Officer – Other LEO, and be a Realtor.
However, you have to be approved for membership. There are a lot of full time Cops/deputies and retired LEO’s, law enforcement officers, who are licensed Realtors.
Some of those “a lot of” don’t pack the gear to serve in real estate and represent people about to make the largest investment of their lives!!!
Protection is key to any real estate transaction. If you are not protected, you are being taken advantage of, plain and simple.
When we represent our real estate clientele, whether they are sworn LEO’s or not, we do so with all of the protection and security we can muster.
It all starts at the point we first communicate. The Real Estate buying or selling is an educational process and should never be undertaken by those who are focused on the commission to ear be earned and not the clients.
A bit of my Resume on the Los Angeles Police Department:
I was an LAPD cop – full time between 1990 (class 10/90) and 03/2007.
I became a Licensed and Working Realtor in 1998.
I became a full time Level 1 Reserve officer for the Los Angeles Police Department in 03/2007 and served until 2013.
In 2013 – I was given an Honorary Retirement – it’s official and I get everything the other retired men and women do without the paycheck 🙂
I have worked Motors, Training Division and carry the following Teaching Credentials – I’m Certified to Teach: .45 Transition School / Glock / Shotgun / LASER / RADAR / Impaired Driver Apprehension Program / Drug Recognition Expert Instructor… I pack the Gear to Serve you in Real Estate. I’m here when you are ready!