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How to Become a Real Estate Agent


How to Become a Real Estate Agent. Working in real estate requires hard work
and dedication, but offers flexibility, freedom, and the satisfaction of building your own
career. You will need Real estate course License Internet
access and college coursework (optional). Step 1. Decide if you have what it takes to be a good
real estate agent. Agents must be personable, well organized,
and willing to work hard. Step 2. Contact your state’s real estate licensing
commission to learn about license requirements. Education and test requirements vary from
state to state. Take college courses in real estate, as well
as finance, business, statistics, law, and communications to help prepare you for your
real estate career. Step 3. Complete the required education hours, learning
about real estate law, regulations, and procedures. Step 4. Take and pass the qualifying exam. Some states require work experience before
you can get a license. Step 5. Search for real estate companies that are
hiring new agents. Start your new position, talk with your colleagues,
and watch how they work to learn the tricks of the trade. Step 6. Complete all of the requirements to obtain
your real estate license. Work hard and pay attention to details, and
your career will soar. Did you know Elvis Presley’s Graceland in
Memphis is one of the most visited homes in America with over 600,000 visitors a year. It first opened for public tours in 1982.

9 Replies to “How to Become a Real Estate Agent”

  • @musicaladdiction14 How about for those who don't know what a Real Estate agent is and want
    to look it up on youtube? Have you ever thought of that?

  • wow! i love homes and really got into looking at teh market when buying my home.. this looks like something i would be great at but more importantly love doing but with all that work and taking college courses and studying law.. it makes no sense to become an agent.. they don't make enough.. i would just keep studying and go into law?! crazy… thanks for blowing up my dream howcast.

  • you don't have to major in anything, it's just for your own benefit that you take the courses to better understand business and some real estate agents make more than enough but right now, it's tough everywhere for agents.

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