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What kind of resumer should i make up for a real estate agent job?

I wanted to apply for a real estate job, but sinse the age of 16 all i was doing is delivering pizza and waitering? what kind of simple jobs , that a real estate company might considere important i should put on my resume? lol the only reason i got so many answers is because i misspelled resume, and everybody had to put in their 2 cents about my spelling, with some advice, because you cant just tell me im stupid without answering my question, i guess its just human nature to put down other people to feel better about themselves

Asked By: Paul G - 9/6/2007
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First piece of advice: Don't call it a resumer. That'll definitely NOT get you hired. As for what you should put on it, I haven't a clue. I'm just a damned carpenter. edit: Sorry for being a smartass. Good luck on your career pursuits.
Answered By: Piratical Dude - 9/6/2007
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courier or something like that. you know, make copies, courier stuff, make the coffee, etc. it's a start
Answered By: toocan - 9/6/2007
 
I would try being honest. As far as I know, REALTORS must sign agreements and code of ethics papers in order to get their license. If they found out you lied to get approved as a REALTOR, you will undoubtedly get your license suspended and perhaps be banned from ever becoming a REALTOR in America again.
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Answered By: audiA4isawesome - 9/6/2007
 
First you need to take the classes and get sponsored. This is really a horrible time to get in real estate except in Texas... More
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Answered By: Ginger - 9/6/2007
 
Don't lie on your resume. Emphasise what you learned at your previous jobs, what kind of responsibilities were you given? You should point out that pizza delivery/ waitering involves dealing with the public and customers, as will the real estate industry. That's relevant experience! Think along those lines, you won... More
Answered By: Wuuzle - 9/6/2007
 
Don't put anything on your 'resume' that you haven't actually done. I would suggest that you take a course in English to begin with. For future questions on Y/A! try using the Check Spelling feature provided.
Answered By: sally - 9/6/2007
 
First of all it is RESUME and you need a license to do real estate. To work in real estate in a office you need to be a real estate lisenced sales person.Start off with a license and 1-2 yrs working for a agent then you get a good job. If you want to get into real estate you need to buy houses and resell them or rent... More
Answered By: formula2516 - 9/6/2007
 
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