Back in April this year, Charles Richardson was named Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate’s regional senior vice president at their Tampa Bay division, and since then he has been wasting no time at all in implementing his own ideas into a sales associate’s training system, showing them how the residential real estate marketplace is affected by current economic issues.
“I see markets differently due to my background,” said Richardson.
“My aim is to provide the team with a worldwide perspective and show them exactly how it affects things like the local real estate market, house prices and supply and demand. By sharing this knowledge, we can empower our realtors take this message out to the world and serve our clients better.”
Richardson, who has been working in the real estate industry for over 35 years, has seen lots of changes during that time. He is a man who has worked in just about every facet of the industry, from sales and leadership to residential and commercial properties, he has seen it all.
Richardson is blessed with a mind for economics, numbers and statistics, and this has served him incredibly well throughout his career. Always, he has followed fluctuations in the real estate market and the economy and applied this information, allowing his clients to make better decisions about their real estate.
“Real estate markets nowadays are more fluid than they have ever been before,” he explained.
“The reason I began studying economic trends and the real estate markets was because I wanted to serve my customers as well as I could. And now I’m going to use my knowledge to show agents at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate how they too can help their clients by following those economic trends. It’s a worthy cause.”