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Getting into Real Estate?

Getting into Real Estate?

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hope this does not sound confusing. Being a real estate salesperson or broker [the sales person's boss] is a very very serious world, time consuming and wrought with laws--federal and state, that must be memorized BEFORE you can show a house to anyone! YOUR finance classes will come in handy--and if you wish to become an agent, you will be a combo PART lawyer, part hustler, 100% advocate for EITHER [you can rep both but it is stupid to do so] seller or buyer. YOU must pay for an application, pay for the schooling [only specific schools are authorized by each state], pay for the state test after you pass the school's tests, and then, pay for the license....and if you like NAR [most brokers are members] you must pay for a membership there too. Figure 100 hours of very focused concentration, $300 out of your pocket NOT counting NAR before you earn one penny--and that penny comes only after a buyer and seller close escrow with your help! can guide further

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