Master Certified Negotiations Expert

I earned my Certified Negotiations Expert (CNE) designation! A CNE provides a structured, disciplined approach to negotiating with your money, which gives you better results, less hassle, and greater satisfaction when buying or selling your home. Want to learn more?

Master Certified Negotiations Expert

Master Certified Negotiations Expert

This certification is possible with the completion of three previous Certifications. Think of this as a ‘Master’s Degree’ and it covers negotiation in depth from both the seller and buyer perspective.

Real estate clients rate “negotiation skills in their agent” as the most important service provided by an agent

Certified Negotiations Expert

To earn the MCNE® designation you must complete the following 3 courses:

  • CNE 1: Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) designation course with Foundational and Advanced Negotiation and Persuasion Strategies
  • CNE 2: Advanced Negotiation Techniques for Buyer’s Agents, and Expert Written Negotiation Guidance
  • CNE 3: Advanced Negotiation Techniques for Seller’s Agents, Cultural Factors in Real Estate Negotiations, and Negotiating Across Generations in Real Estate

About Megan Wilaby

I have acquired many different types of skills within my career. My experience comes from over twenty five years in sales and marketing, over fifteen years as an accounting controller, and over ten years in business and residential project management including real estate investing. Being a real estate agent, I have helped negotiate and procure the contracts of properties where time is of the essence and the acceptance of an offer is dependent on being creative and staying in communication with my clients and all parties through the entire process. I consistently working at expanding my skills and customer service by utilizing a business coach who challenges me on a weekly basis. I am a professional real estate agent for commercial and residential clients. You will be impressed with my service and enthusiasm; call me today!

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