Peacock Real Estate is dedicated to training the next generation of realtors and agents

MECOSTA COUNTY – Educating new generations of people interested in the real estate industry is paramount to a local real estate company that has planned and hosted community events around its career.

Peacock Real Estate recently hosted its monthly Career Night for those interested in learning more about how to enter the real estate profession and ways to connect with locals working in the business.

Mary Peacock, the agency’s owner, broker and real estate agent, said the hour-long monthly event aims to help educate potential new real estate novices.

“We have interested parties and we’re just going to see how to get into the real estate career,” Peacock said, “what it’s like to be successful in the real estate career and set yourself up for success. Education is always important no matter what career you choose.It is very important to always educate yourself on what the field has to offer and how you can contribute to your own community and family.

Peacock Real Estate will host another community information event, its monthly Mastermind Night, from 1-2 p.m. on Thursday, October 27 at Red Bird Bistro at 22 N. Main St. NE in Cedar Springs. This month’s Mastermind Night keynote speaker is Sun Title’s Tom Cronkright, who will teach on wire fraud.

Peacock said Cronkright brings a wealth of knowledge about the dangers of wire fraud.

“He has spent endless hours raising awareness about wire fraud and how it has affected many people and how everyone can be protected from it,” Peacock said. “He associated with the Secret Service. Hackers have been very smart in disguising themselves as real estate agents or title agencies and have taken hundreds of thousands of dollars from victims, and that’s all over the United States. Tom has made it his mission to spread the word about how serious it is and how to protect yourself from being a victim.

“If you’ve ever thought about buying real estate or, you know, selling real estate, there are a lot of variables that come into play,” she added, “With that, you’re obviously protecting yourself by partnering you with an expert real estate advisor who has also educated themselves to protect you as a consumer because that is our #1 priority.

For more information about Peacock Real Estate and its events, visit the agency’s website at

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