Peer Reputation was founded by experienced real estate agents. We believe that our industry looks and operates best when great agents are helping clients navigate the complex real estate process. We believe that great agents are identified by the quality of their work and that their fellow agents are in the best position to provide that assessment. Our goal is to identify and promote great agents by their peer reputation and help them earn more work. Here's how we do it:

1. After a transaction closes, we ask each agent if they enjoyed working with the other agent.

2. Agents leave anonymous feedback about their transaction counterpart. (We don't tell recipients who submitted the feedback and we don't display the feedback until multiple feedback has been received.)

3. We crunch the numbers continually to determine which agents are Reputable.

Peer Reputation can help brokers too. When agents do well, brokers do well. Our feedback system is designed to arm great agents with tools th...
Peer Reputation was founded by experienced real estate agents. We believe that our industry looks and operates best when great agents are helping clients navigate the complex real estate process. We believe that great agents are identified by the quality of their work and that their fellow agents are in the best position to provide that assessment. Our goal is to identify and promote great agents by their peer reputation and help them earn more work. Here's how we do it:

1. After a transaction closes, we ask each agent if they enjoyed working with the other agent.

2. Agents leave anonymous feedback about their transaction counterpart. (We don't tell recipients who submitted the feedback and we don't display the feedback until multiple feedback has been received.)

3. We crunch the numbers continually to determine which agents are Reputable.

Peer Reputation can help brokers too. When agents do well, brokers do well. Our feedback system is designed to arm great agents with tools they can use to achieve even more success. We also believe that all agents can be developed into great agents through training, mentorship, and experience. When agents receive negative feedback from another agent, their broker has the opportunity to view that feedback and help their agent improve.
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