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Real Estate Agent and Interior Design?

Real Estate Agent and Interior Design?

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Home staging would be a good fit for you, and you don't need a degree, just a very good eye. You need the ability to manage a project on a very tight budget, and the ability to promote your services to real estate agents and sellers. Any interior design experience would be helpful, even working in a furniture store. You could also work as an assistant to a real estate agent to learn about that industry.
Both of these careers are time consuming. If you are to become a real estate agent, and is scheduled to show a property to a prospective buyer and you are called for a idea on a design job, that require your being there, which would take priority. You might try a boutique real estate chop where you would be able to combine these two talents together. Since you are not a real estate broker, you would have to find a real estate broker that would allow you to combine these two careers together. It might be done, however, the two would over lap and there might be many times when you would have to make a decision as to which is more important. If you want to be a designer that work with real estate agents, this would be an idea that might work. You would not be attempting to sell or list houses for sale and trying to do the design work at the same time, where there might be a conflict. You would need a real estate license to sell and list real estate. You might consider attending a design school to get a diploma in this career field. It is not necessary to have a college degree in either filed, however, it might help your resume if you are able to list a design school. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. FIGHT ON

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