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Q:I'm thinking about going in to real estate?
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Q:Should I get My Real Estate License?
First of all, real estate doesn't pay well unless you sell lots of houses. In 2007 the average Realtor made $30,000 gross - that's before paying the split with their broker and their taxes. If you want to try real estate, keep your day job until you are sure you like it, and can make enough money doing it to live on. I don't know what the Kansas real estate market is like, but I suggest you do a whole bunch of informational interviews with agents, top ones and newbies and really try to find out. The brokers out there will want to recruit you because it is a numbers game with them and they keep trying to add agents to get revenue. They get 50% of your first year's worth of deals as a new agent. They win. You might not.
Q:Is it good to be in the real estate business now?
That is a very large and all encompassing question. Real Estate Encompasses a huge area. For example, Title Officers, Loan Officers, Real Estate Brokers, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Appraisers, Real Estate Loan Officers, Real Estate Investors etc... For many of these areas it is not a good time. For example if you want to be a Realtor I would not recommend it at all at this time. Many of the agencies have reported shrinkage of up to 70% of their real estate agent staff. So if you are looking to become a real estate agent I wouldn't bother. Title and Escrow officers haven't fared that much better either as the number of loans and real estate sales have fallen so has business. Many title companies are in layoff mode as well. Mortgage companies have been the hardest hit however. With bank failures and mortgage company failures the mortgage industry has come to almost a dead stop. In one area of town near me over 30 mortgage companies that were all in the same area are all now defunct. The only real area that is showing serious growth potential is the real estate investors sector. This area is growing rapidly, as values have finally hit rock bottom and the number of buyers has also bottomed out investors like myself are buying houses at incredible prices not seen for several decades. If you want to learn to be an investor its a very promising career but not one that provides a bi-weekly paycheck but rather one of slow progressive wealth building. In short if you are needing a weekly paycheck I don't know of any decent areas in real estate that will cut you weekly paychecks.
Q:Real estate investing..how? Please help.Currently on the track to being a bum.?
Q:I'm interested in the Real Estate business?
You must have a good amount of money.Please be an apprentice to a real estate magnet until you get good experience.Real estate is a gambling business.Meanwhile you may concentrate on small purchases and their selling s.
Q:Real Estate Guru's?
If you own your own home, you may have equity built up in it. If so, you could use this money as a down payment on an investment property. With your high FICO score, you will get good terms with a loan. If you do not own a home, BUY ONE!! Talk to a lendor and see what your options are and what you will have to do to purchase one. I bought my first home 4 years ago with $2,000 that I borrowed from an ex-girlfriend; since I have turned that home into 7 properties by this process. Last, search for deals, search for deals, search for deals; if you can find a good real estate deal, you can find money to purchase it - at the least, you could partner with an equity partner that would be happy to be a part of a good deal. Good luck!
Q:Thinking about getting into real estate...?
I just got licensed, and I don't plan on quitting my day job anytime soon. I am not depending on it for making any money for a while. I have been doing some advertising and I hope that someday I will make some money from it. I have made some $$$ on a home in CA and moved to MO and have 2 rentals plus my own home. I have also bought a bit of land I can build on. Whenever the market turns, I plan on using the equity in the rentals or selling them to slowly build out the land I have. I have been licensed for only a couple weeks, and only talked to a few half way interested people but nothing is yet to come of it.
Q:real estate license massachusetts?
one must become a sales person before becoming a broker. And it is anything but easy; 3/4 fail the test the first time. --to help someone sell property, a broker's agent will take a LISTING. to help someone BUY property, an agent will sign a buyer's agency agreement and find what the buyer wants. the seller pays the commission for the seller's agent and the buyer's agent, in most circumstances. the more agents that a broker has, the more likelihood that one or two will CLOSE deals monthly; that commission is split with the broker UNLESS the Agent pays a desk fee. can guide you further if desired; am licensed in a dif state
Q:real estate!!!!!!?
um my dad's a very good real estate agents actually one of the best in toronto, canada. i know for a fact that my dad didn't go to college or university but im sure it would help. he is a very intellectualy person mainly because he reads a lot. he had a lot of trouble at first and was hardly selling any homes. being a real estate in the yearly years is very stressful because you do not have a reputation at all and no experience. there is a lot of competition in real estate so you have to provide something unique that no other realtor does. ALL i can say is prospect A LOT (meaning call ppl on the phone and ask if they want to sell or buy houses) my dad talks to like 170 ppl a day and i think hes one of the fex that actually do that in NORTH AMERICA. it is most likely 95% or more the ppl u ask will say no so get used to rejection. when your in real estate you have to be a very positive person and look for opportunities. PROSPECT! oh and i suggest when you become experienced that you only sell houses so that you can make your own schedule. when ur dealing with buying clients you have to follow their schedule.
Q:Any Moms who are Real Estate Agents?
Being a real estate agent can be real intense sometimes. You are often at the mercy of your clients and their schedules. I have heard that it can a great part-time job with some built-in flexibility for moms, but now that I am going on year two in the business, I understand that it has taken a lot of hard work and time to get where I am, averaging about 1 sale per month (about $20k-$30k per year after write-offs). I feel your optimism, though, as I am now 9 weeks pregnant with my first, hoping that I can still maintain (or better yet, increase) my business in real estate. I can certainly accomplish a lot from home, but I am most productive when I'm out in the field. Good luck!

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