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Brittney Benton

I was curious in which area you were in? We offer a completely different system to the norm as explained above.

Answered 3 years ago

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Frank Calamari

Heres something u should know. its a commission only job. You pay for training, and licensing. After that you can work for a broker unpaid, but will need to pay typically a desk fee for admin support. expect not to make much the first 2 yrs, you might have to work part time. i am a real estate investor. You can specialize in commercial,residential, industrial. Real estate offers many ways to make a living as I do from rental properties for example or flips. Its a tough gig, but nothing is easy. If you like houses, get in with a busy place broker, hustle, help, learn, network and like any commission only sales job, the sky is the limit but so is the floor. Its up to you. Good luck.

Answered 3 years ago

Frank Calamari