How do I go about starting a real estate company?
I am in college and getting my real estate license. I want to get internships and a real estate job however, in this economy I know no one will hire me at my age with no experience and in this awful market. I want to focus on commercial real estate but I feel I should start in residential. What is your opinion and how do I go about starting the company COMPLETELY legal and coming up with a name. My last name is Brown so I figured maybe something to do with that.
Asked By: Ryan - 6/18/2010
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Answered By: cara_R-E-book - 6/21/2010
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check your states real estate laws regarding company ownership. if you plan on being a sole proprietorship, you will need to be a broker. to get your brokers lic you will need to work for a broker for at least (1) yr as a salesperson after you get your sales lic
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