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Move to Texas, and take the test here. California Real estate scene sucks right now. Nothing's moving there.
Interview several brokers until you find one you like, that offers excellent training and support, has a congenial atmosphere, and a record of success - plus a good reputation. Ask what they pay for and what you will have to pay for. Then, get out there! Let everybody you know hear that you are in real estate now - shout it to the skies, email and snail mail everybody with your new business card, send out marketing materials and advertise yourself. Create a business plan and work your business plan. Ask your broker for help developing one, or go to a SCORE volunteer. As a newbie, look for a mentor in your office. Ask to ride along on showings and watch closings. Offer to sit open houses, for exposure. You could be a loan officer, but I think that requires a different set of skills and experience and training - and could be a conflict of interest to your potential real estate clients, so be careful. I don't see how you can effectively pursue 2 new careers at the same time - invest your time and energy into just 1, and strive to succeed at that one. Good luck and best wishes.
The Oregon Realtor said she succeeded by using an internet based pre-license course. This is one of those times when 'is it legal, should I?' becomes an emphatic NO. Attendance at pre-licensure classes is essential. Why? Must all contracts be in writing? NO Can a written contract me amended? Yes Can I negotiate a higher commission rate after my broker signed his listing agreement with the seller? NO IF I leave a real estate company, may I automatically take my listings with me? NO IF I am on the far side of the state when I get a deposit from a buyer, must I reach the broker before 24 hours expires? Yes If the owner of a property wishes to show a property himself and he sells it, do I still earn a commission [yes, depending on the TYPE OF listing] and more lastly; my sister joined me in my apt for 2 weeks. As she was leaving, the landlord saw her. Can the landlord give me an eviction notice? YES. I can tutor you; I was trained in Calif apply for the license get permission from the state to take pre-licensure classes take the state authorized test pay for your license have a broker ALREADY lined up with whom you will hang your license and a lot more
There's already some great advice in here, so I'm not going to waste your time duplicating what's already here. What I will tell you is there are others in your same situation...I just received my Hempstead License and I'm still clueless about selling property...but I knew that going into training and completely expected to have only "cracked the door" after I graduated. My advantage is that I have several friends who are successful in the realestate business and are giving me pointers and guidance. I'll be starting part-time and building my business. But I know what it means to give good customer service, and to "sell one's self", and I feel that that's the key to being successful in this business. .... so get out there, sell yourself...let everyone know what you do....find a good broker who offers training, and follow the advice of experts like venicefl ( ) and others in here and begin to build your business. Wishing your great success.
Aren't you working for a broker? You ought to get some experience first before jumping into other fields. You must take more classes for other sectors of real estate. This is a very tough market to start! you may be paying out more than you take in...but experience is necessary...then when the market opens up you will be ready!
Study, Study, Study ... and make sure that you get good at what you're doing. Don't try to be everything to everybody. This isn't rocket surgery ... Learn everything you can about being an agent and do it well or don't do it at all. You'll only get yourself into trouble.