Considering a real estate career? 6 things to consider

April 24, 2008 at 2:06 pm Leave a comment

  

  1. it’s a business
  2. it’s a lead generation business … if you can generate the leads, you’ll have staying power
  3. easy to get in, difficult to stay in
  4. full time vs. part time … you have a huge responsibility (ethically and legally) to protect your clients best interests; part time may not cut it in terms of staying on top of the industry and thus being in a position to advise and advise well.
  5. 6-month financial cushion?  2 might work for you but that would beat the odds.  Most new realtors take a solid 6-9 months to begin to get a somewhat steady stream of client leads.
  6. sales experience?  Great … but right now there is a teacher out there somewhere who will be a top real estate producer five years from now

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