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I want to start a career in real estate?

but, I really don't know where to start, and if I could truley make some money in starting in it. I don't want to waste time and money on something that I might not end up liking and if the business doesn't go anywhere....so could someone who's already working as and real estate agent give me a few poniters?

Asked By: maria23 - 5/15/2007
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I have been a Realtor since April 2006, I have closed over 90 deals since then and make a six figure income/year from real estate. No that is not typical for the industry, but it is typical for the company I work for. If you get your license look for TRAINING, and I mean real training. Not just "watch this agent and... More
Answered By: slguldi - 5/15/2007
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th housing boom is over...you're too late... you wanna make money now, you need to look into bioterrorism.
Answered By: Super Queer! - 5/15/2007
 
remax.com you can see become an agent on there hope this helps a little
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Answered By: SWEETS - 5/15/2007
 
REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONS CAN BE GOOD SOURCES OF INCOME AND COMISSIONS... More
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Answered By: Jedi Master YODA - 5/15/2007
 
Find an established agency in your area and let them know you are interested in becoming an agent. If they like you, they will "sponsor" you and pay for you to attend classes to obtain your license. In the meantime, they might have you do administrative work like helping with listings, advertisements, taking photos... More
Answered By: m.p. - 5/15/2007
 
A couple other people have already told you what I would tell you, but I do have one more thing. If you do decide to do it, stick with it. It takes time to build up clients and start making good money. To many people get into the business thinking they will make quick cash. You won't. If you need a job that will pay... More
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Answered By: uthomelist - 5/15/2007
 
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