How to Become a $1M/Year Real Estate Agent

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Broker holding keys standing next to a house

Many people ask UpFlip how to become a real estate agent, so we’ve answered your question. In fact, there were more than 49,000 new real estate agents in 2021, but not all of them made it. If you want a real estate career, you need to follow some industry best practices. 

We talked to Santino Filipelli, who started Modern Realty in 2017. Today, he has a team of real estate agents working at his brokerage, and his top performer earned more than $1 million dollars. Santino told us:

I got into the real estate business kinda on accident. I intentionally got my real estate license while I was in college to become a firefighter, but decided to stay and quit school.

He laid out a five-step process to becoming a real estate agent.

  1. Enroll in Real Estate School, take your credit hours, and take a test.
  2. Get your real estate license.
  3. Find a broker.
  4. Secure clients.
  5. Close deals.

We’ll look at each of the steps, but first, let’s take a look at the real estate industry so you can develop your knowledge about it.

Real Estate Industry Crash Course

Real estate is an excellent career choice, but it can have high fluctuations due to economic conditions. For example, nearly 1 million real estate agents left the National Association of Realtors (NAR) between 2007 and 2012. Since 2012, 500,000 new Realtors have joined the NAR, nearly ⅓ of those joining in 2021.

So many people enter the industry that it is one of the ten most commonly started businesses according to the Economic Innovation Group. Statistics come from IBIS World unless otherwise cited.

Financials

Two people infront of a laptop

Real estate agents and brokers are classified under the North American Industry Classification System code 53121. Nearly 1 million businesses split nearly $200 billion in revenue and have around a 21% profit margin. That means nearly $200,000 revenue and $42,000 profit per business.

Let’s look at the revenue and expenses of real estate businesses.

Revenue for Real Estate Agents

Revenue is primarily driven by commissions on the sale of property. The average commission is around 2%, which means for $200K in revenue, a real estate agent needs to sell approximately $10 million worth of homes or businesses. That converts to approximately 10 to 40 homes in most places.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics found that brokers make approximately $62K per year, while sales agents average around $48K.

U.S. Bureau of labor statistics screenshot

Let’s look at the expenses for a real estate agent.

Real Estate Agent Expenses

A real estate agent will typically experience the following expenses:

  • Wages: 16-22% which includes a 5-6% commission to cover brokerage administrative expenses.
  • Office Supplies: 3-15%, with industry average of 3.6%.
  • Marketing: Typically under 2%. This seems like an opportunity for the real estate agent who learns marketing and expands it to the typical 8% of other industries.
  • Rent + Utilities: 5-6% of revenue.
  • Depreciation: Normally 1.5%-16%. Business owners will normally claim depreciation of vehicles, buildings, and equipment. This is an on-paper cost.
  • Other: These include all the miscellaneous expenses like taxes, software, gas, and payments to subcontractors like photographers. Here’s the breakdown of other expenses.

Breakdown of the other expenses

Cost structure 2021

How to Become a Successful Real Estate Agent

Santino discussed the keys to success in real estate. He told us:

Take the DISC test. People with high D and high I scores tend to do well, but you can’t be overbearing. You can still do well without it, but those personalities tend to do best.

Check out our interview with him below:

We asked Santino how average and top performing agents perform. He told us:

The top agent came on early and spent 3 to 4 hours being mentored. He made close to $1 million last year on:

  • 84 transactions
  • $580K average home
  • 2% average commission

He still blocks out his time and spends lots of time on lead generation.

He went on to tell us:

The average has been in the $55 to $60 thousand, but before this hot streak it was more like $40K for the average real estate agent.

If you already have a source of wealth to drive your revenue, Santino also mentioned that you can almost buy your way to success as a sales agent or listing broker. 

He also suggested getting involved in professional groups to help with networking and improving your knowledge base. We’ll discuss some of the groups that can help you become a better real estate agent.

Join and Get Involved in Professional Groups

Professional groups logo

Becoming a real estate agent requires building a personal and professional network. Some of the best ways to build your network and expand your knowledge include:

  • Young Professionals Network (YPN): Helps real estate agents learn skills and best practices that help them be more successful. 
  • National Association of Realtors (NAR): This organization provides a variety of certifications, ethic training, resources, meetings, and joining is the only way to become a REALTOR®.
  • Chamber of Commerce: Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and participate in your local chapter.
  • Federal Reserve: Keep up to date on economic and interest rate changes.
  • Volunteering: Santino suggests getting out and helping your community. Organizations like Habitat for Humanity are great for meeting construction professionals that can be useful connections.
  • National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB): This organization focuses on helping improve minority professionals’ results and community homeownership rates.
  • Federal Housing Finance Agency: Stay updated on laws impacting real estate.

Make sure to join the National Association of Realtors, and National Association of Real Estate Brokers because they provide resources and high quality backlinks that will help you throughout your career. 

Industry Trends

Three industry trends currently impact real estate:

  1. High home prices tend to lower demand for housing
  2. Rising interest rates tend to lower demand for housing
  3. Tightening credit tends to make it harder to buy a home

“These will lead to a reduction of real estate agents.”

Santino also discussed the impact of technology innovation in the market.

Real Estate Crypto & Blockchain 

Virtual land

Santino told us he expects crypto to start making a bigger play in real estate, but warned:

Lots of companies have tried to disrupt the real estate industry, but none have successfully changed it.

Before I continue, I should probably warn you that crypto is currently under-regulated in the U.S. Evaluate the risks carefully.

There are a few ways that real estate and blockchain interact:

  • NFT Titles
  • Selling metaverse real estate

Let’s look at each.

NFT Titles

Nonfungible tokens CoinDesks website screenhot

Nonfungible Tokens (NFTs) have entered the real estate market and are being used as a way to sell homes. While most companies have not gone to this approach, I would expect many to in the future because:

  1. NFTs allow the creator to receive a recurring commission. If you are the first real estate agent to sell a house, you get a commission every time it passes hands. Sweet!
  2. It reduces the time to close a sale.

The leader in the market is Propy which offers a monthly subscription for offer management, NFT title creation (currently approximately $200), and blockchain real estate agent certifications.

How to Become a Real Estate Agent in the Metaverse

Metaverse screen in laptop

The metaverse is a virtual world. It’s basically the world people unplug from in the movie the Matrix. Like the real world, it allows transactions including real estate transactions. 

Sandbox is one of the most popular metaverses where users can buy and sell land, but there are more coming out every day. I’m personally investing in Stageverse at the moment.

Good news! You don’t need to have a real estate license to buy and sell metaverse lands. If you want to learn more about how to become a metaverse real estate agent, check out this Academicful blog.

Let’s look at the first step of becoming a real estate agent. 

Step 1. Enroll in Real Estate School

Every state is different, but there are some common requirements to start a real estate career. The first requirement is normally getting the proper education to take the real estate license exam. In some states, you can skip the entire pre-licensing course load if you are a licensed attorney, are moving from a state that has license reciprocity, or you have an apprenticeship with a broker.

It should be noted that if you are planning on going into property management, many states have a separate licensing requirement for this. Check your state’s Real Estate Commission before booking the courses.

You can find information on the real estate schools, course requirements, and licensing in the table below. If you have a criminal background, make sure to review the requirements really well because most states have background check and/or fingerprinting requirements.

Approved Schools

Take Exam

Apply for License

Age Requirement

High School Required?

Criminal Record

Past Rejections, Revocation Limitation

Number of Pre license hours

Types of Licenses

Continuing Education Requirements

State Abbreviation

How to get a real estate license in Alabama Go for ones with high success rates Exam Centers $73 exam fee Instructions for applying for license 19+ Required No Felonies None in Last 2 Years 60 Temporary License and Permanent Salesperson’s License 30 hours in first year, 15 hours every 2 years after getting permanent salesperson AL
How to get a real estate license in Alaska List of schools Exams are on specific days $100 fee in major cities Find forms for RE Salesperson and Broker 19 Not Specified Eligible 7 years after completion of sentence Not Specified 40 Salesperson, broker, and broker associate options 30 first year, 20 every 2 years AK
How to get a real estate license in Arizona Find Licensed RE Schools Pearson VUE $75 fee License $60 18 Not Specified Disclose all, no felonies allowed, fingerprinting Not denied in 1 year or revoked within 2 years 90+6 hours contract writing Not Specified 24 hours every 2 years AZ
How to get a real estate license in Arkansas AR Licensed RE schools Pearson Vue $75 fee License $86.25 residents, $161.25 non-residents 18 Not Specified Background check, decided on case-by-case basis Not Specified 60 Not Specified 18 in first 6 months, 7 per year AR
How to get a real estate license in California CA Approved RE Courses Apply for Exam or Exam/License Apply for Exam or Exam/License 18 Not Specified fingerprint+background check, any crime can disqualify you Not Specified 135 hours (3 courses at college or RE school Not Specified 45 hours every 4 years CA
How to get a real estate license in Colorado Colorado Broker Education PSI Exams Apply for License 18 Not Specified background and fingerprinting Not Specified 168 hours Broker License Only 24 hours every 3 years CO
How to get a real estate license in Connecticut CT approved Pre-licensing education CT PSI Exams CT Licensing 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 60 hours, 120 and 2 years experience to become broker salesperson, broker 12 hours per year before May 31st CT
How to get a real estate license in Delaware Email DE DPR DE Pearson VUE Exam Apply for License 18 Not Specified Allowed after conviction is waived, which takes 5 years Not Specified 99 hours Not Specified Before April 30th of even number years, you need 21 CE hours, first batch is prorated. DE
How to get a real estate license in Florida FL Licensed Schools Search FL Pearson VUE Page Get your FL Real Estate License 18 Yes or GED Background check and disclose convictions Not Specified 63 hours Not Specified 45 first 2 years, and 14 every 2 years after FL
How to get a real estate license in Georgia GA License Real Estate Schools Administered by AMP $121 Fee Apply for GA License 18 Yes or GED Pass Background check Not Specified 75 hours at RE school, 10 quarter hours, or 6 semester hours at an accredited college Not Specified 25 hours first year 36 hours every 4 years GA
How to get a real estate license in Hawaii Go To Course Search and Download the providers HI PSI Exams Forms to Apply 18 Yes or GED Not Specified 60 hours Not Specified 20 hours every 2 years HI
How to get a real estate license in Idaho ID Real Estate Courses ID Pearson VUE Exams Follow this checklist then apply 18 Yes or GED background and fingerprinting Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 19 hours every 2 years ID
How to get a real estate license in Illinois IL Approved Courses PSI Exams Illinois Dept. of Financial & Professional Regulation Online Portal 18 Yes or GED background check Not Specified 75 hours broker 45 hours after passing test and 24 hours every 2 years IL
How to get a real estate license in Indiana PA Approved Providers Indiana PSI EXAM site IN License Application 18 Yes or GED background check Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 30 in first 2 years, 36 every three years after IN
How to get a real estate license in Iowa Iowa information on RE Licensing 18 Yes or GED background check Not Specified 60 hours+36 in class hours Not Specified 36 hours every 3 years IA
How to get a real estate license in Kansas KS Requirements for RE Licensing 18 Yes or GED background check Not Specified 60 hours Not Specified 12 hours every 2 years KS
How to get a real estate license in Kentucky KY Real Estate Commission 18 Yes or GED background check Not Specified 96 hours or 6 credit hours from a college Not Specified 48 hours in first 2 years, then 6 hours every 2 years afterwards KY
How to get a real estate license in Louisiana LA Real Estate Commision 18 Yes or GED background check Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 45 hours in the first 180 days + 4 years by Dec 31, then 12 hours each year by Dec 31 LA
How to get a real estate license in Maine Maine Real Estate Commission 18 Yes or GED 3 notarized letters of recommendation Not Specified 55 hours Non-renewable entry level sales agent, associate broker, broker Have to complete the pre-license associate broker and complete another exam before license expires. The associate broker will require 21 hours every 2 years ME
How to get a real estate license in Maryland MD Real Estate Commision 18 Not Specified Good character Not Specified 60 hours Not Specified MD
How to get a real estate license in Massachusetts MA Real Estate Licensing Page 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 40 hours Not Specified 12 credits every 2 years MA
How to get a real estate license in Michigan MI Real Estate Licensing 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 40 hours Not Specified 18 every 3 years MI
How to get a real estate license in Minnesota MN Real Estate Licensing 18 Yes or GED Not Specified Not Specified 90 hours or 3 classes, you can take the test after first and complete others in first year Need sponsor from brokerage 15 hours per year MN
How to get a real estate license in Mississippi Warning MS RE Commission has a page from 1998 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 60 hours Need sponsor from brokerage 30 hours in first year, 16 every 2 years MS
How to get a real estate license in Missouri MO Real Estate 18 Yes or GED Background check (after passing test) Not Specified 48 hours, be a licensed attorney, or be granted a one-time sitting. Not Specified 24 hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (MREP) after passing test, then 12 hours every 2 years MO
How to get a real estate license in Montana ME Real Estate Licensing 18 10th grade or higher Not Specified 70 hours need sponsor 12 CE hours per year MT
How to get a real estate license in Nebraska NE Real Estate Commision 19 Yes or GED Background check Not Specified 3 courses/66 hours Not Specified 18 hours every 2 years NE
How to get a real estate license in Nevada NV Real Estate Commision 18 Not Specified Background check Not Specified 120 hours Not Specified 24 hours every 2 years NV
How to get a real estate license in New Hampshire NH Real Estate Licensing 18 Yes or GED Background check Not Specified 40 hours Not Specified 15 hours every 2 years NH
How to get a real estate license in New Jersey NJ RE Licensing Info 18 Yes or GED Background check Not Specified 75 hours need sponsor 12 hours every 2 years NJ
How to get a real estate license in New Mexico NM Regulation and Licensing Department 18 Not Specified Background check and fingerprints Not Specified 90 hours Associate broker 36 hours every 3 years NM
How to get a real estate license in New York NY Real Estate Agent Page 18 Not Specified No Felonies Not Specified 75 hours Not Specified 22.5 hours every to years NY
How to get a real estate license in North Carolina NC Real Estate Commission 18 Not Specified background check Not Specified 75 hours provisional license, full license 90 additional hours for full license NC
How to get a real estate license in North Dakota ND Real Estate Commission 18 Not Specified fingerprints, background check, and credit check with fee Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 9 per year ND
How to get a real estate license in Ohio OH Real Estate & Professional Licensing 18 Yes or GED Felonies may prohibit licensing Not Specified 120 hours Not Specified 30 hours every 3 years OH
How to get a real estate license in Oklahoma OK Real Estate Commission 18 Not Specified good moral character Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 45 in first year the 21 ever 3 years OK
How to get a real estate license in Oregon OR RE Broker Licensing 18 Yes or GED fingerprints and background check Not Specified 150 hours Not Specified 30 before first renewal and then 30 every 2 years OR
How to get a real estate license in Pennsylvania PA Real Estate Commission 18 Not Specified pass background check Not Specified 75 credits or major in real estate from 4 year college Not Specified 14 hours by May 31 of next year, then 14 every 2 years PA
How to get a real estate license in Rhode Island RI Real Estate Agent Guide 18 Not Specified pass background check Not Specified 45 hours plus a 3 hour certificate for lead poisoning mitigation Not Specified 24 hours every 2 years RI
How to get a real estate license in South Carolina SC Real Estate Agent Info 18 Yes or GED Not Specified Not Specified 60 hours, test, then 30 more hours before applying for license Not Specified 10 CE hours every 2 years by June 30th SC
How to get a real estate license in South Dakota SD Real Estate Commission 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 116 hours Not Specified 30 hours for each of the first 2 renewal periods, then 24 hours every 2 years SD
How to get a real estate license in Tennessee TN Affiliate Broker (RE Agent) 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 16 hours every 2 years TN
How to get a real estate license in Texas TX Real Estate Commission 18 Not Specified fingerprints and background check Not Specified 180 hours Not Specified 90 hours post license and 2 four-hour legal update courses in first 2 years and 18 hours every 2 years after., TX
How to get a real estate license in Utah UT Div. of Real Estate 18 Yes or GED fingerprints and background check Not Specified 120 hours Not Specified 18 hours including 12 hour new agent course, 18 hours every 2 years after UT
How to get a real estate license in Vermont VT Real Estate Agent Requirements 18 Not Specified Not Specified 40 hours Not Specified 16 hours every 2 years VT
How to get a real estate license in Virginia VA RE Commission 18 Yes or GED fingerprints and background check Not Specified 60 hours Not Specified 30 in first two years, 16 hour every 2 years after VA
How to get a real estate license in Washington WA Real Estate Brokers license 18 Yes or GED fingerprints and background check Not Specified 90 hours Broker license 90CE hours in first 2 years, then 30 hours every 2 years WA
How to get a real estate license in West Virginia WV RE Comm 18 Yes or GED

 

fingerprints and background check Not Specified 90 hours Not Specified 7 hours each year WV
How to get a real estate license in Wisconsin WI RE Comm 18 Not Specified Not Specified Not Specified 72 hours or apply for an RE apprentice by working with broker for 20 hours a week Not Specified 18 hours every 2 years WI
How to get a real estate license in Wyoming WY Real Estate License 18 Not Specified fingerprints and background check Not Specified 54 hours Not Specified 45 hours every 3 years WY
How to get a real estate license in Washington D.C. DC Salesperson guide Not Specified Yes or GED Not Specified Not Specified 60 hours Salesperson 15 every 2 years DC

How Long Does Real Estate School Take?

If you’re wondering how long a real estate course is, it can be from three credit hours per college course to 168 hours for the pre-licensing course. Luckily, there’s 168 hours in a week, so you can get real estate courses done in a month no matter what state you’re in. 

Most allow online courses. Iowa definitely requires in-person real estate courses for a portion of their real estate pre-licensing courses, but others might have other flexibilities. Make sure to check your state’s full requirements in the table above.

Step 2. How to Get a Real Estate License

Young man holding a license

Getting a new real estate license has other basic requirements including:

  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Pass the real estate exam
  • Submit fingerprints
  • Pass background checks
  • Find a broker sponsor if required
  • Get errors & omissions insurance if required
  • Turn in the application and pay the fee
  • Take continuing education classes

Most states have a real estate commission that specifies the licensing exam requirements, background checks, license reciprocity, and additional education requirements. In Georgia, you would just search “Georgia Real Estate Commission” to find the governing agency. It works with every state. That’s how I compiled the list of links for you.

Each state has differences in how they handle the application process of a new real estate agent. The information about most of these requirements is in the table above, but the real estate exam warrants more discussion.

Real Estate Exam

After you complete your real estate school, you’ll need to take a proctored real estate licensing exam. The states use one of three providers for the real estate exam:

  • Pearson Vue
  • PSI
  • AMP

Most states use a two-part licensing exam that costs under $100 and allows two to three hours. You can have a break between the two parts, but you have to pass both to become a real estate professional. The sections include:

  1. National portion: Licensing exam focused on the general business tools and knowledge you will need for a successful career in any state. You’ll need to understand terms like sales agents, listing brokers, asking price, sales price, and other real estate terms that are consistent in any state.
  2. State exam: Licensing exam focused on professional regulation in your specific state. These are critical to understand before sales agents perform their first transaction for clients.

How Long Does It Take To Get a Real Estate License?

Becoming a real estate agent will normally take three to six months from the time you complete the real estate pre-licensing course until the time you are able to work as a sales agent in a real estate brokerage.

Next, you’ll need to find brokers to learn from so you can feel confident as you start interacting with potential buyers, sellers, and get your first real estate transaction under your belt.

Step 3. Find a Broker

couple speaking to a broker

Sanitno explained to us that finding brokers that develop their people is one of the most critical factors impacting the success of a new career. He also gave us some input on what to look for when considering brokers.

He told us:

You get what you pay for. Higher costs tend to equal better support. If you develop a good skill set, find a broker with lots of support and learn from them. Find one that will help with leads and ask how they teach their team.

Some of the questions you should ask brokers include:

  • Caps: What is the maximum I have to pay each year to a broker?
  • Splits: What percentage of each paycheck goes to the cap?
  • Additional Fees: Are there any fees that I need to know?
  • Growth: What opportunities are there to grow beyond just selling real estate?
  • Training: How do you help new agents adjust to all your systems?
  • Earnings: What are the highest and median pay of agents under you?

He also told us that you should consider a boutique brokerage firm because they are more likely to help support new agents after they receive a passing grade and meet all the license requirements.

Don’t just search for the biggest names. Look for the ones that will build you.

Find a mentor

Looking for a mentor can be highly beneficial to new agents. Santino told us:

Look for a mentor. The pay won’t be great. It takes at least a year or two.

He suggested researching the brokerages in your area that seem to have a good brand. Working for a more experienced agent will help you learn how to become a millionaire real estate agent.

Step 4. Secure Clients

Finding clients can be hard until you develop a reputation for yourself. Santino suggests working with a team but warned us to be cautious:

Join a team. Be wary though. If they don’t give you credit for the sales, it won’t build your resume.

He also explained that a large portion of securing clients is getting your name out there as a successful real estate agent on Google and seeing where they are listed. Then make sure you are on all those platforms, too. The screenshot below shows all of Santino Filipelli’s web presence.

Santino filipelli

Step 5. Close Deals

Once you’ve found clients, you want to focus on helping them buy or sell a house. That means you’ll need to do things like:

  • Show homes
  • Submit and review offers
  • Help clients secure financing
  • Communicate with escrow and inspectors
  • Close on the property

As you develop experience, you’ll want to improve your effectiveness with managing clients. Let’s look at how to do that.

Systemize the Real Estate Business

Three mac monitor with web pages

Santino told us every agent should consider adding the following people or systems to their business to let them focus on serving the customers more:

  1. Setup a CRM
  2. Get a virtual or real assistant
  3. Hire a transaction coordinator
  4. Hire people for outbound calls

He said:

Followup Boss is one of the best CRMs out there.

He also mentioned Dotloop  and SkySlope.

He also mentioned that if you can be the buyer’s and seller’s agent on a transaction, it makes more money, but warned:

(In) some states, dual representation is illegal.

At this point we’re going to answer some frequently asked questions.

How to Become a Real Estate Agent with No Experience

You don’t need experience to become a real estate agent. You just need to go through the real estate licensing process. That means:

  1. Take the required pre-license courses.
  2. Pass the real estate exam.
  3. Pass a background check.
  4. Get your Errors and Omissions insurance.
  5. Get your license.

How to Become a Luxury Real Estate Agent

Luxury real estate agents follow the same process as any other agent, but are focused on providing services to high net worth individuals. That means you’ll need to carry yourself more professionally, have a nicer car, speak with proper grammar, and network at higher end locations than other agents.

How to Become a Commercial Real Estate Agent

Becoming a commercial real estate agent follows the same process as other real estate agents. You’ll want to focus your continuing education on commercial real estate and try to get on with some of the commercial real estate companies like CBRE and Colliers.

How to Become a Millionaire Real Estate Agent

Becoming a millionaire real estate agent just requires selling lots of houses. Realistically, to make $1 million from commissions, you would need approximately $50 million in sales. To make $1 million after expenses and taxes, you need to sell approximately $109 million in sales. If you are investing profits to earn higher returns, you can reduce these numbers dramatically.

How to Become a Real Estate Agent Part Time

You can become a part-time real estate agent by taking the necessary classes and the state licensing exam, then get your license. Most real estate agents are their own boss, so you control the hours. It might be harder to find a broker and make a profit if you only work part time, though.

How to Become a Real Estate Agent without a Degree

Real Estate agents don’t have to go to four year colleges in most states. Most only have to take a few courses to get started. People who get majors or master’s degrees in real estate tend to have better connections and make more money, though.

How to Become a Real Estate Broker

Becoming a broker requires more education and experience than a real estate agent. They also have to take a different exam. The primary difference between a broker and salesperson or agent is that the broker can:

  • Offer price opinions
  • Supervise agents
  • Perform all roles an agent can
  • Manage property assets

Santino’s Favorite Books

At UpFlip, we believe that reading is an important part of your growth so we ask each business owner what their favorite books are and share them with you. Santino suggested the following books. If you haven’t picked these up, grab them today:

Check out the interview we’ve done with Santino’s on our YouTube channel:

Are you ready to start your real estate career?

Real estate can be a highly rewarding field because you get to help people become homeowners. It can also be stressful because you work weird hours and buying a home is one of the biggest decisions most people make. As long as you’re willing to put in the work, are fairly pleasant, and responsible you can make a decent living as a real estate agent.

Where are you thinking about getting into real estate? If you’re already in the industry what tips do you have for new agents?

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    nicely done

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