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How to Become a Real Estate Agent Before knowing the steps on becoming a real estate agent, it’s best to have a clear understanding first on the differences and functions of the following terms: real estate agent or real estate associates is one who has taken and passed all the requirements state requirements, such as real estate classes and licensing exam; realtor is a real estate agent, but, at the same time, a member of the National Association of Realtors, abiding by the association’s standards and code of ethics; real estate broker is also a real estate agent, but passed the real estate broker license exam, works independently with other agents working for them. In trying to become a real estate agent, one has to meet these three goals: get the right education, pass the state and national licensing exams, and find and work for an established real estate broker who can provide you your first clients.
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Since some states have their own requirement rules as to the number of hours of real estate education classes, like California requires 3 college level courses, while Idaho only requires two courses, before enrolling in the pre-licensing courses, get in touch with your state’s real estate commission and inquire on the real estate education requirements.
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A prerequisite, before completing a real estate education, is an on-the-job training in an established real estate brokerage firm, which is an agency or company where licensed real estate agents and brokers work, and the purpose for a training is to have the experience of knowing how to sell and deal with real estate properties, as well as getting the much-needed advice from the brokers. Look for the following features of a brokerage when you search online: size of the brokerage, reputation and if there are additional training offered, before applying for apprenticeship in a brokerage, and be prepared to ask these questions, so the information you get from the interview may give you a definite idea on what each firm is like, as well as allowing the firm to size you up: does the brokerage firm require additional course work, how many years is the firm operating, will the firm assign a broker to train you, what kind of client contact style is the firm applying, and how long will an agent receive an average commission. Be prepared to meet these requirements to take the state and national licensing exams, when you have completed the real estate course, which includes the apprenticeship training, such as: provide a criminal background check, pay exam and license fees. As soon as you have passed and got a license, establish a start up budget, now that you’re working as a real estate agent, which includes additional licensing courses, business cards, signs and advertising and association fees, which could be a budget cost from $1,500 to $2,000.