Kristen Hardy Earns CNHS And RCC Designations

Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Kristen Hardy
Kristen Hardy

The Paula McDaniel Group announced that Kristen Hardy has completed the real estate industry’s most comprehensive new home sales course to earn her national certifications as a Certified New Home Specialist as well as a Residential Construction Certified professional. With these certifications, she joins a group dedicated to providing the highest level of professionalism and service to builders and new home buyers.

“These courses are recognized as two of the very best ever offered in real estate,” said Ms. Hardy. “The training covered architectural design and planning, blueprint reading, topography, building site design, evaluating quality construction, materials, methods, construction terminology and scheduling. We also studied successful buyer/builder relations, all aspects of customer service and the use of various organizational tools and systems. This provides me with the expertise, strategies and tools to more professionally assist anyone interested in a brand new or existing home.”

“I’m excited Kristen has earned these certifications,” said Ms. McDaniel. “Knowledge is power, and I believe this training really sets Kristen apart when it comes to helping builders market new homes and home buyers make their best decisions.”

Completion of the Certified New Home Specialist training involves a total of over 22 hours of specialized course work and successful completion of the CNHS certification test and the completion of the Residential Construction Certified training involves over 10 hours of specialized interactive course work and successful completion of RCC certification test. The courses were created by trainer, author and consultant Dennis Walsh, who is recognized internationally as a leading authority in all aspects of residential construction, new home sales and marketing.

Ms. Hardy has been active in real estate sales for six years and works in the greater Chattanooga, North Georgia, and Cleveland areas. She can be reached at 423 503-4815 or at Kristen@PaulaMcDaniel.com.


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