• How to Become a Real Estate Broker, How to Recruit Real Estate Agents into Your Real Estate Brokerage Firm, How to Be Successful as a Real Estate Broker, and How to Generate Leads as a Broker

  • By: Dr. Harrison Sachs
  • Narrated by: Brent Turner
  • Length: 2 hrs and 37 mins
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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How to Become a Real Estate Broker, How to Recruit Real Estate Agents into Your Real Estate Brokerage Firm, How to Be Successful as a Real Estate Broker, and How to Generate Leads as a Broker

By: Dr. Harrison Sachs
Narrated by: Brent Turner
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This essay sheds light on how to generate leads as a real estate agent, identifies the costs of becoming a real estate agent, and punctuates the downsides appertaining to being a real estate agent. Moreover, the future of housing is demystified and the most affordable types of housing options that will be popular in the coming decades are revealed in this essay. Moreover, why mobile homes are deemed the utmost affordable and best housing option for home buyers is explicated and the myriad of advantages and disadvantages appertaining to possessing a mobile home are delineated in this essay. Furthermore, how to earn substantial money online so that you can afford to launch your real estate career is expounded upon in this essay.

Becoming a real estate broker can be a cumbersome, expensive, and eminently time draining pursuit that is unequivocally not for the faint of heart. Prior to the advent of becoming a real estate broker, you are first required to become a licensed real estate agent. “To qualify for a real estate broker license, one must first hold a valid real estate sales agent license and work under that license for a number of years. In many states, brokers must have two years of experience working as a sales agent, but some states require only one year of experience whereas other states may require three years of experience” (“How to Become,” n.d.). As a prerequisite to becoming a real estate broker, you will first need to become a real estate agent.

Becoming a real estate agent in the digital era is easier than anytime in history. While the process to become a real estate agent may seem complex and daunting, it anything but cumbersome. Every state will have disparate pre-license course requirements which is why it is important for you to do your due diligence if you are adamant about becoming a real estate agent. In order to become a real estate agent, you should enroll in “an ARELLO-accredited real estate school that offers pre-licensing coursework specific to your state” (“What are the,” n.d.). You can complete all your pre-licensing coursework online, including the pre-licensing exam in only a few months, and then you can subsequently begin profusely studying for your state’s real estate license exam. Once you have completed all the requisite pre-licensing coursework online, “you will need to obtain your official transcripts or a certificate of course completion before you can take your state’s real estate license exam” (“What are the,” n.d.).

If you feel ill-prepared to take the real estate license exam post completing the pre-licensing coursework online and the pre-licensing exam, then you can always enroll in a “Exam Prep Master program” (“What are the,” n.d.) in order to bolster your real estate knowledge. Once you feel are competent enough to pass your state’s real estate license exam, you will need to schedule a date to take the exam and will also need to concede to paying an application fee. “Some states require that you get fingerprinted, complete a background check, or have Errors and Omissions Insurance on hand before you can take your state exam. Before you take your real estate license exam, you should contact the testing center in order to inquire what documents you will need to have on test day. You should also ascertain information about parking, hours and any materials you will need to bring with you on the test day” (“What are the,” n.d.). You should do everything in your purview to be poised to pass your state’s real estate license exam so that you do not have to retake it. “Depending on your state, you may be required to be sponsored by a real estate broker in order to take the real estate exam” (“What are the,” n.d.). In the event, you have to choose your broker prior to the advent of taking the real estate exam then you will need to prudently choose a sponsoring real estate broker who would provides you with the best career options.

©2019 Dr. Harrison Sachs (P)2020 Dr. Harrison Sachs

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Awesome book very informative! I highly recommend it especially if your coming in not having a clue on what your getting yourself into

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