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Tom Salomone on building client relationships

Tom Salomone was guest speaker at the recent Real Estate Business Owners of South Africa (Rebosa) event. He is the 2016 president of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), America’s largest trade association representing 1.2m realtors involved in residential and commercial real estate.

Drawing on more than 40 years’ experience as a licensed real estate agent, realtor and broker/ owner, Salomone offered insights about why estate agents need to work harder at their craft and at building relationships with their clients. Read the full feature in Property Professional’s November/December 2016 issue.

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Back left to right NAR president Tom Salomone; Private Property CEO Simon Bray; Rebosa director Phumzile Makhosana; NAR past president Chris Polychron; NAR past president Dale Stinton; Seeff Properties chairman Samuel Seeff; Pam Golding Properties CEO Andrew Golding; Rebosa CEO Jan le Roux. 
Front left to right IEASA president Lanice Steward; Janet Branton, senior vice-president global, resort, commercial divisions NAR; Shanaaz Bray-Parker, Evergreen Holdings principal and director NPF; NAR president liaison Nancy Macaluso; RE/MAX of Southern Africa chief operating officer Amanda Cuba.
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Back left to right NAR CEO Dale Stinton; NAR past president Chris Polychron; Pam Golding Properties CEO Andrew Golding; NAR president Tom Salomone; Rebosa CEO Jan le Roux.
Front left to right NAR president liaison Nancy Macaluso; Tony Macaluso, NAR; Janet Branton, senior vice-president global, resort, commercial divisions NAR.

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