Coldwell Banker Hyde Park

Natalie Carpenter, Managing Broker

Natalie CarpenterManaging BrokerColdwell Banker Hyde Park

To always remember that ‘to whom much is given much is expected.

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The Facts

How many years have you been a managing broker? 14

How many years have you been in real estate? 20

How many full time agents are in your office? Just under 100 agents

The Details

Does your office have any specialties? Our office specializes in luxury properties, short sales, foreclosures, condos, new construction, single-family and multi-units.

What kind of marketing assistance do you provide? Our full-time administrative and in-office marketing staff inputs listings into the MLS, creates custom flyers and brochures, provides QR codes, strategically posts listings on over 40 different websites, provides signage, creates and distributes e-blasts, creates and sends postcards and direct mail, writes ad copy and more.

How do you get new agents acclimated to the company? We have a transition plan that includes meeting with the company’s transition coordinator and a business coach, along with the individual administrative support staff. In addition, we provide new and experienced training to outline and review the company’s tools and programs. We also have an office technology coach.

What kind of training do you provide? Goal setting, business planning, prospecting, writing contracts, presenting contracts, listing presentations, client follow up, etc.

What support does your executive leadership provide? Executive leadership provides company generated referrals and leads, a competitive commission schedule, same-day commission pay-outs (pay-at close) and direct deposit. While we manage these activities on a local level, our executive leadership is consistently tracking global trends and looking for ways to improve and attract business opportunities for our sales associates.

What support does your executive leadership provide? Executive leadership provides company generated referrals and leads, a competitive commission schedule, same-day commission pay-outs (pay-at close) and direct deposit. While we manage these activities on a local level, our executive leadership is consistently tracking global trends and looking for ways to improve and attract business opportunities for our sales associates.

About You

What makes you different than any other managing broker? I started my real estate career selling in the most difficult market in the city of Chicago. I understand the complexities of today’s market first hand and can give solid and sound advice to my sales associates that they can use with confidence.

What was your history before being a managing broker? I was a part-time sales associate, then a full-time sales associate, co-manager, then broker. I was top producer in my office and won numerous local, regional and national sales awards.

What kind of training do you have? I’ve been trained in all facets of residential real estate, from foreclosures to luxury. I am a certified negotiator and business coach.

What do you like most about the neighborhood where you work? Hyde Park is a diverse community with a rich history.

What is your favorite part about being a managing broker? I get so much joy from seeing an agent get his first listing, sale or closing check, and also seeing the look on an agent’s face when he/she has overcome a major obstacle in a transaction and is now scheduled to close.

Why do you love real estate? I love real estate because it is simple, yet complex; procedural, yet flexible. It is truly the backbone of the economy and the country. I love being a part of that!


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