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Hannah Batres of Weichert Realtors in Willmar completes training

The Weichert Real Estate Affiliates training Hannah Batres recently completed helps real estate professionals get up to speed on the latest information, resources and technology available to real estate professionals.

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Hannah Batres
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WILLMAR — Hannah Batres of Weichert, Realtors — Tower Properties, located in Willmar, successfully completed the Weichert Real Estate Affiliates fast track training program.

The training helps quickly bring new and existing Weichert-affiliated agents up to speed on the latest information, resources and technology available to real estate professionals to help them effectively list, promote and sell properties.

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Program participants learn best practices to get started in the real estate industry, find sellers, capture a buyer's attention and list properties to sell quickly.

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