Working as a Real Estate Professional

Working as a Real Estate Professional


Working as a real estate professional

 

Opportunity is Knocking


Real estate touches nearly everyone. We live in homes, we invest in properties, and we make most of our memories at a common address. No wonder it's one of the largest and most lucrative industries in our economy. Take a few minutes to learn about the opportunities available to talented individuals like you.


Help Your Neighbors

In the global economy, it's easy to feel disconnected from the customers you serve. Why not stay local?


Help Your Community

It's not just local, it's personal. Why not build your business while investing in your community?


Help Yourself

It's rewarding to help others accomplish their personal goals. Why not collect a paycheck at the same time?


Making a Career Transition is Easier Than You Think…

 

1. Get a Real Estate License Compared to most degree and certification programs, earning a real estate license is quick and easy. With your license in hand, you'll be qualified to apply for real estate agent positions.

2. Connect with a Great Team
New real estate agents are required to be supervised by an experienced real estate professional (usually called a broker) for a period of time. This is your chance to learn from high-performers who are already successful.

3. Hang Out Your Shingle
Real estate commissions are generated after a real estate transaction is completed. You will receive a percentage of the proceeds from a sale based on successful representation of your client and your direct contribution to the transaction.

You’re Not Alone – We’ll Help You Every Step of the Way

The first step is to start a conversation with one of our professional career counselors. Our company has helped many individuals step out on their own and become successful real estate entrepreneurs. Take a few seconds to quick apply now!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is a real estate license required for this job?
Yes. State and local governments require individuals working with real estate transactions to have a real estate license.

How do I obtain a real estate license?
Like getting a driver’s license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third–party educational institutions provide this fee–based training to the general public.

How long does it take to get a real estate license?
In most states, it usually takes just a few weeks to complete the training classes needed to obtain a real estate license. Some individuals stretch it out over a longer period of time to balance the other demands of their lives.

How much will I get paid in this job?
The amount you’ll get paid varies depending on how many real estate transactions you complete. Each completed real estate transaction generates a commission to the real estate professionals managing the transaction. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average real estate professional makes over $44,000 per year, but the high–performers make much more.

Does it cost money to get started?
Yes. Working as a real estate professional is like starting your own business. As with any business, there are start-up costs to include items such as education expenses, licensing fees, transportation, and technology expenses. Scholarships and expense reimbursement programs are sometimes offered to those in need of financial assistance.

Privacy: You’re applying for a real estate agent position. Information submitted via this application process is considered personal and confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside our company. By proceeding, you're giving our company permission to contact you via email, phone, or text message. You may opt out of any or all of these communications at any time by letting us know your communication preferences.