Im 16 and im doing this graduation project for school. Im really interested in being a real estate agent after college (preferrably beach houses) So for my project I was thinking about job shadowing for a realtor. I live in montgomery county Pa and I was wondering if anyone had a clue of where I could go to shadow. and any details or anything about being a real estate agent or job shadowing for it or anything like that would be cool too. thanks :)
There is almost no need for education to be a real estate agent. For how long can this job survive before becoming obsolete?
I want to become a real estate agent as a second job, nights and weekends. I am wondering what types of fees i may have to pay to the broker i work for and to keep my license current. I want to see if it will be worth it for me if i dont sell too many houses right away. Thanks
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
I'm not sure what i'm going to do as far as my "regular job" but I do want to be a part-time real estate agent to get some extra money on the side, plus i've always like real esate, but had a problem becuase I wanted a fixed income.
Also, i'm planning on living in manhattan(yes i know how expensive it is, thats why i want to become an agent)
any advice is appriciated.
The economy in Michigan sucks and my husband lost his job today. What does it take to become a real estate agent here?
I work for a website developing co. and I have to come up with a questionaire designed for real-estate agents only.(new job) Any ideas of what questions to ask a real-estate agent while developing their website would be appriciated.
I researched and found out that i need to attend a 60 hour course, but what about after that. I just need some direction on how to go about after the course. Applying for jobs, searching for them, where to go etc etc. What should i be doing after my course is up to get to be a real estate agent.???
I would like contract job taking pictures of houses listed for sale for real estate agents. How do I get started? Do I contact real estate agents directly and charge a flat rate?
I am 26, live in NJ and have a 1 year old son. I'm currently working full time and am in need of a change. I've always been interested in real estate. Can someone please inform me on how to become a real estate agent? I am also looking for soem stories from beginner agents. Are the first couple of years rough? How fast did you get into the swing of things? Was it hard to get hired? Any information to help me make my decision will be beneficial. My husband is supportive of my goals, but I have limited time due to my current career and my son. I also should say that I don't have a 4 year degree. I have some college under my belt. I ended up landing a good job with a great company almost 7 years ago and now work in marketing. Thank you!
I am starting as a real estate agent next week and really want to rock my new job. It seems like many of the agents I meet wear suits. Do I need to wear pant and skirt suits when I am meeting clients? I assume this means closed toed shoes and hose as well.
My dream job is to be a real estate agent. I've heard that I should go to college, or that I should just take many business classes. What should I do?
I did some research on the work of a real estate agent and I feel like I would really like the job. I know it all depends on me but I'd like to hear some opinions from real estate agents, brokers or anyone who has an opinion about the job.
I am thinking about becoming a real estate agent. I would like to have some realistic expectations about what a typical day/week is like. What are the pros and cons of the job? Overall, is it a worthwhile profession to pursue? Thank you in advance.
How do new real estate agents make money during periods they have not sold properties. Do you work 2nd jobs, have someone supporting you? Just curious. I am really interested in starting a career in real estate, but I know during the first few years you don't sale as much as agents with years of experience. So how DO you make a living off of you real estate career with no sales as a new agent?
I have been a real estate agent for the past year but have had no sales. I have a full time job and i am usually tired and don't want to deal with people after work eight to ten hours. Is there a way that i can drum up business while only doing it part time? Any suggestions?
I'm thinking of majoring in real estate and had a few questions for this job. What are majors required to become a real estate agent? Are there any colleges that specialize in that major? How about the required degrees? How many years of education will it take?
I also live in California to be specific.
How do i become a real estate agent ?
Who do i contact to get licensed ?
About how much does it cost ?
I honestly only want it as a part time job because i'm aware of how the market is right now but do you think it would be a good part time job ?
My cousin got his first job as a real estate agent in texas, how much do average real estate agent make there first year on the job?
I would like to futher my education in college with a base in business b/c I hope and plan to own a business one day. I have always been interested in Real Estate and I love architecture, design, traveling etc and enjoy working with people. What route should I take if I want to go to college but at the same time I know I dont need college to become a real estate agent. AND are their other professions dealing with real estate that in fact need a higher education to qualify for those jobs?