Today’s Real Estate Tip is something that’s a little uncomfortable to talk about — the mental wellness / mental health crisis of REALTORS®. Yes, I know home sales have been through the roof so why would there be mental strain amongst our agents? The market is tough with our limited inventory. REALTORS® are constantly navigating buyer bidding wars day after day, making it difficult to close business.
REALTORS® are working seven days a week. They're working 10, 12, 16 hours a day trying to find solutions and logistics plans that we've never had to come up with before, and we do it with a smile on our faces. REALTORS® are burned out and exhausted and many agents are overly stressed and have trouble coping.
I want you to know that it's okay to admit if you're burned out. It's okay to admit if you're feeling a little bit sideways and your stomach hurts a little bit when the phone rings.
You need to know *HELP* is here with these two programs:
National Association of REALTORS two months of TeleHealth:
North Carolina REALTORS Health Benefits:
And if you're feeling hopeless and lost, please check out the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
And if you think you don't matter to anybody, know this. You matter to this girl in North Carolina, and I will do everything I can to ensure that my neighbors are always protected by having a REALTOR at their side from now until forever.
We love our peaches here in the South! Let's take these fresh, juicy peaches and make my Mama’s Peach Crisp dessert.
I’ve agreed to chair the Convention Committee in North Carolina to be a part of the solution. Want to help? There is no time left on the clock. It is time for fresh perspectives and more citizen leadership.
The VA makes purchasing a home easier and more accessible for veterans of all ages. However, there are a few critical parts of the process that can help you ensure you’re leveraging all the benefits available to you as a veteran. There are also important incentives to capitalize on so you can easily buy the home of your dreams.