“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge”
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When a Broker confidently claims to be an “expert,” I often wonder if they are suffering from the Dunning-Kruger Effect. As the study found, those with true expertise don’t consider themselves experts, but those who over-estimate their competence do.
So beware the abundantly confident “expert” real estate agent. While confidence can be inspiring, it rarely signals competence, let alone expertise.*
It’s actually better for you the consumer to work with an agent who recognizes their strengths and weaknesses. This means, if the occasion should arise, they know to seek assistance from other professionals as required by the Colorado Real Estate Commission to protect the public.
*We are unapologetically honest when it comes to protecting consumers from the ill-informed, misinformed, or downright dishonest players in the real estate industry.
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If Everyone is an "Expert," then no one is...
Have you ever notice how practically every real estate agent and broker considers themselves an Expert? As the Dunning-Kruger study found, those with true expertise don't consider themselves experts, but those who over-estimate their competence do.
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