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Pros and Negatives of getting a true estate agent





Pros and Negatives of getting a true estate agent. Taking into consideration a vocation in true estate? Hear as Susan Milner talking about each pros and cons connected with getting a true estate agent. Attention-grabbing in signing up for our true estate brokerage in SW Florida? Take a look at us at for far more facts. Or connect with us at 239.542.8521.

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  1. I reallly like your video. Thank you for the great information. I'm 22 and have been very lost for the past couple months after I quit my job working nights in a factory for the past 3 years. I was miserable and so I finally quit my job and I'm
    in community college now but I feel like I should be doing something else. I have money saved and I do like to help people so I'm looking into this now. I know it won't be easy but I do have strong work ethic, even though I do hate getting up the morning.

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  2. Looking into becoming an agent what exactly does a broker do compared to an agent and how long does it take to become a broker?

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  3. OK, there might be some cons of being a real estate agent, but when it comes to the pros of having a career in real estate, nothing beats it. I mean is there any line of work that comes with flexible schedule, no tight hours and makes you feel like you are your own boss? We all know what the answer is – a big fat NO.

    If we keep looking at the negatives, we will never be able to enjoy all the positives that this career path has to offer you. Cutting it short, if you want to become a real estate agent, just do it.

    lastly, I have seen here many people asking the same question, "what are the courses/classes that you have to take to become a real estate agent." The answer is pretty simple, it depends on which state you live in. Different states have different duration for the course.

    For example, in Georgia, the hour limit to complete the course is 75 hours, while in California, its 135 hours. Do a simple Google search on your states' requirements before taking the course.

    And if you're too lazy to do a Google search, then this is the place to find your required information: http://sellectrealty.com/georgia-real-estate-commission/

    And if you are looking to kick-start a career in the booming real estate of Georgia, know what the experts have to say about this, right here: http://sellectrealty.com/real-estate-careers

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  4. thank you for this video…. you are stunning and so well adjusted. so excited to check out dave ramsey! my sister in law are trying it, hopefully we can do it! xo

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  5. Is 21 too old to start to become a real estate agent?

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  6. So helpful

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  7. You're adorable. Thanks for this video! Seemed very honest and real.

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  8. what are some books you suggest on the basics?

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  9. Thanks for the advice and tips Susan. Im looking into the RE business and willing to put forth the effort.

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  10. I've been thinking of taking classes to become a real estate agent. Until, you mentioned about the cons… I'm scared now. I am 25 and I only have a few hundred. Is it too late to become one?

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  11. The best advise anyone that actually has $30k or more is to invest it in stocks. In the same amount of time (3-6 months) you can earn the same ($10k) as if you had spent the past 3 months working your keister off trying to sell houses.

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  12. I have a family and I have my bills paid ahead of time. I wanted to start off part time and then work my way into a full time position. Have many people had success doing it like that or do you suggest diving in head first?

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  13. you're in control of your own hours?…that cancels me out.

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  14. love this!! ty!!

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  15. how much money would you recommend to have saved up approximately?

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  16. awesome video glad my google search brought me here! very informative just signed up for school!

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  17. If you consider yourself introverted, will you not do well as a real-estate agent?

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  18. Is real estate good as a side job?

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  19. How much money do you usually make per year after taxes and in what state do you live

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  20. Can't make it with tattoos

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  21. Great Video..could not have said it better myself. I will share it with my new recruits.

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  22. Great video! I'm worried about passing the realestate exam. All the legal jargon gets me really confused and I'm worried I'm going to put in all the time for the classes and not be able to pass. Also I'm afraid that I won't be able to understand people's questions because they will ask me some sort of legal question and I may not know it. Honestly I've already sat through all the 30 hours of mandatory classes here in MA a few years back and got scared and never took my exam that's how scared I am. I just turned 30 and own my own dog walking business but can't do this forever so I'm toying with the idea of taking the classes over again but my anxiety about the legal jargon is making me think that I can't do it. What do you think? For someone that reads a legal document and doesn't understand half of the words… is this going to be a waste of time? Thanks for your help!

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  23. thank you so much for your quick answer , 1 more question I just started taking the real estate course how do you determine the sale price . gross potential revenue is 54,000 current operating expenses is 36,000 and vacancy is 5400

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  24. as a realtor do you have to be a mortgage agent

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  25. I'm 18 and I'm thinking of going into real estate but I'm not sure what classes or major I should choose any tips?

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