Are you considering a career change and wondering how to become a real estate agent in Illinois? There’s no time like the present to get started! The process is quite simple, and we’ll walk you through it, step by step. Within six months, you could be launching a highly flexible new career with great earning potential as a real estate salesperson (known as a broker) in Illinois.
There’s no denying that last year transformed the real estate industry dramatically. Online real estate marketing took center stage due to the pandemic—and now that we’re well into summer, we wanted to know one thing: As we’ve all become even more dependent on the internet, how is real estate marketing evolving?
If you’re reading this, you’re probably considering a career move into the real estate field but also asking yourself, “Can I be a part-time real estate agent?”
Yes. You can be a part-time real estate agent. Licensed real estate agents can work as many or as few hours as they want, making this career a near-perfect choice for someone looking for flexible, part-time work with excellent earning potential.
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Have you been considering a career in real estate? Does a flexible schedule, being your own boss, and earning a great income appeal to you? If you live in Oregon, the good news is that you can obtain your Oregon real estate license in five simple steps.
There are two basic prerequisites for becoming a real estate agent in Oregon:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Have a high school diploma or GED
If you meet these basic requirements, here are the steps you’ll need to follow to earn your Oregon real estate license, which is called a broker’s license:
Getting a real estate license involves five simple steps. Start by learning the real estate license requirements for your specific state, then take your prelicense classes, take some practice tests, pass your state exam, and finally, register your license with your state.
In this article, we’ll walk you through how to get your real estate license step-by-step. We’ll give you a simple path to follow and detail the cost and time requirements. Finally, we’ll provide critical resources to help you successfully launch your new career. Let’s get started!
Ready to jump-start a new career and wondering how to become a real estate agent in California? The process of getting a California real estate license is more straightforward than you might think, which means you’re only a few months away from a flexible career with excellent income potential. Follow these five easy steps, and you’ll be launching your California real estate career in no time.
What is GCI? It stands for gross commission income and it’s the amount of money a real estate agent receives in exchange for their services in a real estate transaction as a representative of a buyer, seller, or both. Most often, the GCI for a property sale is calculated by multiplying the commission rate by the final sale price.
But there’s so much more to understanding this key calculation and why it matters to every real estate agent. We’ll explain the difference between GCI and the more complicated NCI (net commission income). We’ll also give you a handy calculator and a formula to help you calculate the GCI and NCI on your next property sale.
“All my leads have bad phone numbers!” Stop right there! I hear this all too often within my Inside Sales Agent (ISA) training sessions. My immediate response? Don’t throw them in the trash just yet. My goal is to change your perspective—from “bad leads” to massive opportunities!
In this article, I’ll share my highly effective Bad Phone Number Email Campaign. Use it to encourage your “bad leads” to respond with a good phone number and hopefully provide you with an explanation of where they are in their process.
When it comes to sending real estate thank-you notes to clients, there are two schools of thought: Some agents never send them. They think their clients should be thanking THEM. Other, smarter agents ALWAYS send them to buyers and sellers. Why? They know that making a personal connection after closing is crucial for creating clients for life.
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Need help determining the best Florida real estate school to help you launch your new career in the Sunshine State? For less than $300, you can join the exciting, flexible, and rewarding real estate industry in Florida. Your first step is taking a required 63-hour course of study before sitting for the state’s real estate exam.
We chose the six best online real estate schools that Florida has to offer based on course materials, delivery methods, cost, user interface, career resources, and more. Here’s what we found.