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Q:Real estate agent contract question.?
It is far better that you wait according to the contract you signed, other wise the agents lawyer will make your life miserable for a long time.
Q:in which category might real estate agent be under in college classes?
Look to see if there is something in Financial Services, Finance, Real estate, or law. The running of a real estate office could be management. Appraisals could be under construction. You do not need a college degree to be an agent and therefore most colleges do not have a program. Community Colleges are most likely. If you just want the license, contact your community colleges continuing education (non-credit) department. If your college offers it for credit it will be somewhere in business (usually in finance because of the mortgages). A degree in sales, marketing, management, or finance makes sense for this job.
Q:who makes more money? a real estate broker, or a mortgage broker??
I'm a CA broker who owns both a real estate company as well as a mortgage company. The money can be great for both. Which makes more money for you depends on a number of issues, such as personality, work ethic, size of your sphere of influence, knowledge of the industry, and so on. I have made more money doing loans than I have doing real estate. However, I do very well on the phone - which is great for getting loans done. I have dozens of clients that I have great rapports with that I've never met face to face. I've received referrals from people that have only heard my voice on the phone and exchanged faxes and emails with me. Plus, I hate showing homes to buyers. Listing is OK, but I really don't care for the marketing and open houses. On the commercial side, where I spend most of my focus now, I work primarily the real estate side. Again, I play to my strengths of building rapport and sharing knowledge. The investors often travel to the properties that I recommend and never meet me. I work daily from my garage in shorts and a t-shirt and make more money than ever before -- doing real estate. It's economy of scale though. For me, I'm well suited to residential loans, and commercial real estate and loans. I don't really care for the residential real estate. My friend however is a stellar realtor. He would die doing loans. He loves going out to the homes, showing them to buyers, listing them and doing the marketing. He does his fair share of time on the phone getting listings, but thrives getting face-to-face with the clients. Loans would bore him to death. He's charasmatic. I'm.... not as much. I love the depth of knowledge about finance that I gather in doing the loans. He loves the thrill of the sale. If you love doing the work of which ever you choose, you'll excel in that area and make a better living - both financially, and personally. Sorry for the non-committal answer - but it's probably the most accurate one I could give.
Q:what is the going percentage given for a real estate finders fee?
Finders Fees In Real Estate
Q:real estate appraiser or agent?
Your mother should check to see what is required to be a real estate appraiser in Tennessee. Every state has different requirements. In Texas, the Texas Real Estate Commission web site would have that information. Perhaps the same is true in Tennessee. Here an appraiser has to take quite a few courses, and pass the tests, and then has to take a licensing test. After that, you become an apprentice and have to work under a fully licensed appraiser for a period of time before you can do work on your own as an appraiser. I would not recommend that she pursue a career as a real estate agent unless she has researched it thoroughly. It can be a very rewarding career, and there are some that can earn a good living. But, there are many more licensed agents that drop out the first year because it takes a while to get established enough to earn a decent living. If your mother has always been a salaried employee, she may find the stress of being an independent contractor too much to handle.
Q:I am planning on becoming a Real Estate Agent when I am out of high school, What classes should I take?
either call your state's Department of Business Professionals or ask a broker (who runs a real estate office). Some states have online classes and some don't. Some have classes in their real estate office, and some students get their pre and post courses at the local community college. Taking the online classes for real estate means you don't get the connection you'd need to other students (who you'd be working with later). Sure later on you'd have your own business but you'd still have to work under a broker and still you'd need to contact and negotiate with other agents. Get to know them in class.
Q:Real Estate Professionals I need advice?
No... the real estate agent route will not get you there. In most states, getting a broker's license takes 3 years of being an RE agent, and it does not really help you in development projects... you will save the 3% on buying of the land and selling of the properties, but there are other ways to recoup those costs (just being an agent, or having a referral license come to mind. If you want to be a developer: work for a developer, if you are learning architecture, you hae skills they would need. Other options; engineering (civil) firms, City or county planners office, Large local utilities (gas/water/electricity) in their development office. Real estate management company might help also.... HUD... a bank that has real estate holdings...lots of options... RE broker is not one.
Q:real estate license??
check the local realtor, they often hold classes to get you certified to get your license and take the exam.
Q:Real estate career requirements?
Real estate career is not a very descriptive label. Maintenance work is a real estate career too. Please be more specific. Do you want to be a real estate broker? A property manager? A real estate portfolio manager?
Q:what I need for real estate?
Do you want to go into commercial real estate? Or manage residential homes? Do you want to buy/sell or rent/lease? Do you have prior experience in evaluating properties or have a deep understanding of the areas you wish you sell in? If you haven't taken real estate courses and received your license, I highly recommend doing that. Although real estate can be a lucrative business, it also takes a lot of research and work. If you're going into commercial real estate, the below website can be a good source of information for you.

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