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Any suggestions on the best real estate company to contact if I want to get trained as an agent ?

Any suggestions on the best real estate company to contact if I want to receive traiing to become an agent and am presently living in Val David (near Montreal ) Quebec ? Is there a part of Canada that is muchc beter to sell real estate in ? I am ready to re-locate. There are so many companies...Re-Max, Century 21, Sutton, Royal-Lepage...Is one company as good as another ? Im 52 yrs old, single, and ready to get trained in real estate. What is the best way to go about his, and with who ? What are good things to know before going into this business ?

Asked By: Gaura - 2/1/2007
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when i was looking (over 20 years ago) i filled out a resume..for assistant position with a realtor..and outlined what I could do... More
Answered By: m2 - 2/1/2007
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Check out each one individually, make sure they provide training, and find someplace you feel at home. Check out www.RealEstateLinked.com to learn more, ask more questions and network with realtors and loan officers
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Answered By: explicted1 - 2/1/2007
 
There is so much you need to know that's why you need to find a good agency. It would take days to list it all here. I do not recommend Remax, they are a company for seasoned agents. I think Keller Williams has a good training program. good luck, RE agent, Remax
Answered By: frankie b - 2/1/2007
 
Century 21 they always have the best new agent training. That's where everyone told me to start back in '78 they were the best for beginners then and still are. Go there. Best of luck,
Answered By: hunter2 - 2/1/2007
 
I am an agent! Im in with a fantastic company! email me and I will fill you in. easygoingfemale44@yahoo.com
Answered By: easygoingfemale44 - 2/1/2007
 
Talk to them all and see what kind of training they offer before you make a decision. If it's like in the U.S., they may make you pay and give you very little. When you are starting out, don't be too concerned with the %split you have to share with the house. The most important thing is training and being in an... More
Answered By: Rico - 2/1/2007
 
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