There are many reasons why people choose to become real estate agents. They want to be their own boss, have a flexible work schedule and,
Handling objection is a skill. Honing that skill leads to better negotiations and, most likely, more contracts and closings.
The ultimate goal for online learning is to modernize real estate education without sacrificing quality.
Finding the right real estate agent can make all the difference when buying a home, so it’s important for homebuyers to know what questions to ask as they screen potential agents in a particular region or neighborhood.
You've just graduated from a fully accredited real estate program and now you're ready to start your career. Not so fast. There are several things you need to do first, all of which will put you on the path to success.
Because they may not spend as much time in that home as they do their primary residence, those who own a second home need a plan for maintaining a property that may only be used a few times a year.
Continuing one's education is a must to be successful in the real estate industry and those real estate agents and brokers who continue their education position themselves ahead of the competition.
About 1.5 million Americans hold real estate licenses, but the paths those license-holders took were all different due to different state requirements. Despite those differences, there are some things all students should do when pursing their state real estate licenses.
Since the housing market started getting back on its feet in late 2012, state figures show the number of Californians signing up to become real estate agents is up 77%.
Your first step it to take and pass a pre-licensing course and the licensing examination for the state in which you plan to work.