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Selma Schevers , CIPS

Partner with her husband Kevin J Schevers in Real Living Realty Unlimited  

Selma Schevers is a graduate with honors of the University of Miami with an Accounting degree and holds the designations of Certified Residential Broker, Accredited Residential Manager, and a Certified REO Specialist. Selma has a vast background in managing real estate and property management operations. She dedicated her career since graduating College in managing large real estate operations, hiring, training and mentoring Sales Associates and helping them in achieving their highest potential through coaching and mentoring. Selma enjoys yoga and relaxation activities and loves to travel.

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As a real estate agent in Port St Lucie Fl Florida and Martin County Fl Florida and working at Realty Unlimited with Kevin & Selma Schevers can be as much fun as it is challenging. Plus the good rewards in great sales or rentals and to help make it real. It's got to be real.

Realty Unlimited offers an organized collection and mixture of various real estate expertise in Port Saint Lucie St Lucie County Fl Florida and Martin County Fl Florida. From Sebastian, Vero Beach, and Vero Beach Shores In Indian River County traveling south into Fort Pierce Shores, Fort Pierce and Hutchinson Island and Orchid Island with many listing on the Atlantic Ocean all in St Lucie County.
Then further south to Jensen Beach and Stuart in Martin County Fl Florida

In our pursuit in hopefully becoming your Real Estate Broker and Real Estate Brokerage Firm in Port St Lucie Fl Florida and in Martin County Fl Florida, we want to explain some of our positions in real estate transactions. Foreclosures we manage ourselves in house, short sale expertise again all details are handled in house. We have the largest inventory of property management with yes, in house customer service, accounting and a general manager, plus we have extensive commercial and industrial background expertise. 
 
 DOSSIER: Realtor, Real Estate Agent / Agency, Broker / Brokerage

A real estate broker or real estate agent is a person who acts as an intermediary between sellers and buyers of real estate / real property and attempts to find sellers who wish to sell and buyers who wish to buy. In the United States, the relationship was originally established by reference to the English Common Law of agency, with the broker having a fiduciary relationship with his clients. Estate agent is the term used in the United Kingdom to describe a person or organization whose business is to market real estate on behalf of clients, but there are significant differences between the actions and liabilities of brokers and estate agents in each country. Beyond the United States, other countries take markedly different approaches to the marketing and selling of real property.

In most jurisdictions in the United States, a person must have a license before they may receive remuneration for services rendered as a real estate broker. Unlicensed activity is illegal, but buyers and sellers acting as principals in the sale or purchase of real estate are not required to be licensed. In some states, lawyers are allowed to handle real estate sales for compensation without being licensed as brokers or agents.

The difference between salespersons and brokers

Before the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) was introduced in 1967, when brokers (and their agents) only represented sellers, the term "real estate salesperson" may have been more appropriate than it is today, given the various ways that brokers and agents now help buyers through the process rather than merely "selling" them a property. Legally, however, the term "salesperson" is still used in many states to describe a real estate agent.

A "salesperson" may have been more appropriate than it is today, given the various ways that brokers and agents now help buyers through the process rather than merely "selling" them a property. Legally, however, the term "salesperson" is still used in many states to describe a real estate agent.

Real estate education: To become licensed, most states require that an applicant take a minimum number of classes before taking the state licensing exam. Such education is often provided by real estate brokerages as a means to recruiting new agents.

In many states, the real estate agent (acting as an agent of a broker) must disclose to prospective buyers and sellers who represents whom. See below for a broker/agent's relationship to sellers and their relationship to buyers. 

While some people may refer to any licensed real estate agent as a real estate broker, a licensed real estate agent is a professional who has obtained either a real estate salesperson's license or a real estate broker's license.

In the United States, there are commonly two levels of real estate professionals licensed by the individual states, but not by the federal government:

Real estate salesperson (or, in some states, Real estate broker):

When a person first becomes licensed to become a real estate agent, they obtain a real estate salesperson's license (some states use the term, "broker") from the state in which they will practice. To obtain a real estate license, the candidate must take specific course work (of between 40 and 90 hours) and pass a state exam on real estate law and practice. To work, salespersons must be associated with (and act under the authority of) a real estate broker. In Delaware for example, the licensing course requires the candidate to take 99 classroom hours in order to qualify to sit for the state and national examination. In each successive year thereafter, the license holder must participate in continuing education in order to remain abreast of state and national changes.

Many states also have reciprocal agreements with other states, allowing a licensed individual from a qualified state to take the second state's exam without completing the course requirements, or, in some cases, take only a state law exam.

Real estate broker (or, in some states, qualifying broker):

After gaining some years of experience in real estate sales, a salesperson may decide to become licensed as a real estate broker (or Principal/qualifying broker) in order to own, manage or operate their own brokerage. In addition, some states allow college graduates to apply for a broker license without years of experience. College graduates fall into this category once they have completed the state required courses as well. California allows licensed attorneys to become brokers upon passing the broker exam, without having to take the requisite courses required of agent. Commonly more course work and a broker's state exam on real estate law must be passed. Upon obtaining a broker's license, a real estate agent may continue to work for another broker in a similar capacity as before (often referred to as a broker associate or associate broker) or take charge of his/her own brokerage and hire other salespersons (or broker) licensees. Becoming a branch office manager may or may not require a broker's license. Some states such as New York allow licensed attorneys to become real estate brokers without taking any exam. In some states, such as Colorado, there are no "salespeople", as all licensees are brokers.

In the United States, a Realtor (capitalized) is a real estate professional, usually a broker or salesperson, who is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). There are 1.3 million Realtors, mostly in the United States, and an additional 1 million licensed real estate agents who are not members of NAR and cannot use the term Realtor. However, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics claims only about 600,000 are working brokers / salespersons.