What do I do after I get my real estate license? How do I start selling?
I want to become a realtor but I dont know anything about getting a job. After I take take the classes and take the test, what do I do. Do I try to go to companys(like Century 21) and see if they will hire me? Do you even get hired or is there a different way to start. I am really lost, can someone help.
Asked By: sammypopali - 12/20/2009
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I've been in this business now for almost 18 years and if I had to do it all over again, I would have gone with a brokerage of good reputation and strong market share with a training program for new agents. Read every day, materials related to the how to's in being successful and never stop reading throughout your... More
Answered By: Brenda W - 12/21/2009
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Attend your local chapter of real estate brokers and schmooze with the crowd. best way to land a job.
Answered By: citruss8 - 12/20/2009
Answered By: dog ma - 12/20/2009
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