Why choose an FRI to represent you?

Feb 23, 2017
The FRI designation is acknowledged by the real estate community as a standard of excellence and accomplishment. 
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Of the over 1,800 licensed REALTORS® in Nova Scotia, just 41 of them are Fellows of the Real Estate Institute of Canada. The Fellow of the Real Estate Institute (FRI) is an esteemed national designation that is awarded to real estate sales practitioners who have met rigorous education, experience and membership requirements, and have agreed to adhere to the Real Estate Institute of Canada’s Code of Professional Standards. 
I am one of these 41 FRIs.
Value of an FRI 
The FRI designation is the public's assurance that they are dealing with an individual who has made a career commitment to real estate. FRIs are professionals with additional expertise (above the standard licensing requirements) in market analysis, property sales, leasing and marketing, and have additional knowledge of real estate law, financing, valuation and property analysis.  
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Choosing a Realtor
When choosing to work with a real estate professional, competitive rates are just one piece of the puzzle. More importantly, your decision should be based on their level of experience, knowledge, work ethic and business standards in order to get the best results.

If you are thinking of buying or selling and would like to talk to an FRI, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Stacy Wentzell, FRI, ACCI

Written by Stacy Wentzell, FRI, ACCI

As a REALTOR® since 1987, Stacy has built his business primarily on serving clients who are buying and selling residential real estate in the Halifax Regional Municipality. He also represents clients who are buying and selling small to mid-sized income properties, and has been the listing agent on a number of large-scale, new home and condominium projects. His involvement at every level of construction, from project outset to completion, has given him unparalleled knowledge of new construction and condominium sales.