26. April 2017 · Comments Off on How to Pass the Real Estate License Exam – Tips · Categories: Real Estate School Training

How to Pass the Real Estate License Exam – Tips


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Tips and insight for the salesperson real estate license exam in California. What you can expect and some things you can do to increase your chances in passing.

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26. April 2017 · Comments Off on How to Become a Realtor · Categories: Real Estate blog · Tags: ,

Even though becoming a realtor may not be very easy, it can be a very rewarding challenge to conquer. This career requires someone who is self-motivated and good with people. Unfortunately, there are a lot of agents who are not aware of the things required to become a realtor.

Steps you need to take if you want to become a realtor:

Get your pre-license

The first step when you want to become a realtor is taking a course for your pre-license. When it comes to finding the right real estate school, you need to first ensure that the school is certified and that your state accepts this school.

Choose a school that has a high percentage of students who have passed their exams. Some states allow you to take this course online while others require that you attend a brick and mortar school. The best thing to do is to check what the state requires you to do.

Get your professional license application to your state

After passing your exams, send your application to your state to get your professional license. This process will differ from state to state. In order to find out the specific process, ask your school or contact the real estate commission.

After completing the required education passed all the exams and gotten your professional license, you will be given information on taking your state exam.

Taking the state test

It is important to prepare well for the state exam because you will have to pay for the test and pay again for it if you fail. The state tests are usually held by independent agencies. Ask the real estate agency or real estate committee to give you a list of independent agencies.

Applying for the first job

Now that you have a license, you can start applying for a job with different agencies. If you are hired by an agency, you will have to join multiple listing services and the board of realtors.

You will have to pay a fee every year to be a member of the board. All states do not require this but some do. Therefore, it is good to attend a seminar on what it means to be a member and a seminar on ethics.

Continuing your education

After receiving your license, the licensing committee will tell you how many hours you will require in continuing education courses. It is good to find a reputable realtor within the agency and shadow them. You also have to ensure that you attend any training the agency offers.

When you become a realtor, never put your interest before the interest of your clients. There are many agents and realtors who are money driven and only looking at the amount they will make from the transaction.

To become successful as a realtor, try to provide 100% satisfaction to all your clients. Building trust with clients takes time and not every client is looking to buy a house tomorrow.

So it’s obvious that success in the real estate industry is not overnight. Putting in the necessary time and commitment, combined with great support and education from a reputable real estate broker will make you a successful realtor.

Find a Local Real Estate Agent to Mentor You

This is the last and most critical step you can make in your journey. Finding a mentor to guide you along the way and tell you about the downfalls ahead is priceless. Someone with experience that has been there before can prove to be invaluable on many different levels. My first mentor was Ryan Dossey, who now runs Christopher Ellyn Homes out of Indianapolis, IN. Dossey does over 100 real estate transactions per year and his knowledge is vast. He specializes in the “We Buy Ugly Houses in Indianapolis Indiana” niche but also does flips, remodels, rentals, and other real estate deals.

Finding a local realtor shouldn’t be too hard. You can easily find someone by searching on Google, Facebook, and my personal favorite is LinkedIN.

Make it your priority to find a real estate mentor!

17. February 2018 · Comments Off on Tips for New Real Estate Agents – Part I: New Agent Advice · Categories: Real Estate Agent Training Videos

Tips for New Real Estate Agents – Part I: New Agent Advice


Once you get your real estate license, you’ll be a brand new real estate agent. There are many different directions you can take your real estate career but if you want the best real estate training and advice, you will want to take notes while watching this video.

Being a real estate agent is no joke and to be the best REALTOR you can be, you need to lay the proper foundation.

These tips are my personal tips for new real estate agents. It’s composed of the things I wish I knew when I started real estate. There is so much real estate training out there but not enough people give you the facts and the real deal about working as a real estate agent.

This video would still be helpful to people who have been in real estate for some time. Maybe you can agree to what I’m saying. But I did record this one specifically for new real estate agents so that they can start on the right track. Even if you’re getting started in real estate, this is still for you.

If I can get 50 likes on this video, I’ll record a Part II but this is Part I.

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11. February 2018 · Comments Off on Should you take online or classroom real estate licensing courses? · Categories: Real Estate School Training

Should you take online or classroom real estate licensing courses?


Hey guys I am getting asked this question a lot so I decided to make a video on it. I find classroom courses to be better than online because of the potential connections you can make.

In class as well you get to ask the instructors questions you may not have the opportunity to ask online. Most importantly you can get a better understanding or the real estate industry from taking class room courses.

28. January 2018 · Comments Off on Pros and Cons of being a real estate agent · Categories: Real Estate Agent Training Videos

Pros and Cons of being a real estate agent


Pros and Cons of being a real estate agent. Considering a career in real estate? Listen as Susan Milner discussing both pros and cons associated with being a real estate agent. Interesting in joining our real estate brokerage in SW Florida? Visit us at http://www.WhyCapeCoral.com/careers for more information. Or call us at 239.542.8521.

22. January 2018 · Comments Off on How To Get Started In Real Estate · Categories: Real Estate School Training

How To Get Started In Real Estate


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This video is for all of the prospective real estate agents out there. If you want to know how to get started in real estate then this is the video for you.

In this video, I go over the steps you need to take to have you selling real estate in no time.

If you have had questions about real estate school, choosing a brokerage, fees, etc. Watch this video.

I have been in real estate for a number of years and I remember when I first got started how hard it was just to understand everything and get information. Therefore, I wanted to make sure I let other prospective Realtors know what I had to do to get a real estate license.

I got my real estate license in Texas. The steps and fees may be different for the state that you are in so you may have to do a little research. Nonetheless, the steps should be pretty similar.

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07. January 2018 · Comments Off on 87% of All Agents Fail in Real Estate! · Categories: Real Estate Agent Training Videos

87% of All Agents Fail in Real Estate!


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31. December 2017 · Comments Off on Best Real Estate School Study: Champions School of Real Estate! · Categories: Real Estate School Training

Best Real Estate School Study: Champions School of Real Estate!


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18. December 2017 · Comments Off on New Agent Advice from 12 Top Real Estate Agents · Categories: Real Estate Agent Training Videos

New Agent Advice from 12 Top Real Estate Agents


12 top real estate agents share their words of advice to new agents. These 12 top agents averaged 373 homes sold per year with an average sales volume of million. Each agent answers the question, “If you were to advise a brand new agent just getting into the business, what would you tell them to do first?” This advice could prove more valuable than improper real estate training or real estate coaching.

11. December 2017 · Comments Off on Real Estate License, NJ, PA: “Don’t get too excited, you don’t get ALL of that” · Categories: Real Estate School Training

Real Estate License, NJ, PA: “Don’t get too excited, you don’t get ALL of that”


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29. November 2017 · Comments Off on Real-Estate Agent Beginner: Sales Training 101 · Categories: Real Estate Agent Training Videos

Real-Estate Agent Beginner: Sales Training 101


Real-estate agent beginners often have times finding the necessary real-estate sales training. It literally blows my mind how complicated people have made real-estate sales. Remember this: When people make things wayyyyy more complicated they are usually trying to rip you off! Sales is like working out. There’s no secret to it. You lift weights consistently for long periods of time, your muscles will grow. In sales, you consistently practice the fundamentals of sales, your bank account will get big.

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There are just 3 main sales processes: FINDING, DEVELOPING, CLOSING

Finding (The “seeker”)
Finding = Getting in front of people that want to buy or sell real-estate. Finding people that want to buy or sell real-estate is the most difficult part of the sales process. ANYWAY of prospecting will be arduous, time-consuming, and will annoy people. You can’t beat the system by finding the “perfect” prospecting method (Trust me I’ve tried). You will always wage the war between very “targeted” and “broad” ways of finding leads.

Very “targeted” ways of finding real-estate leads include (MORE competition “Your the 5th realtor that’s called!”)

FSBO’S
Expireds
Pre-foreclosure
High-equity owners
Absentee Owners

Very “broad” ways of finding real-estate leads: (LESS Comeptition “How did you get this number? Don’t call back!”)

Door-knocking
Power dialing entire subdivisions
Mailers
Networking
Going up to random people on the street (I don’t recommend)

The trick is to simply get in contact with these people. It could literally anyway including phone calls, mail, social media, and even e-mail. If you choose to prospect more targeted prospects, the competition is tough since there’s fewer. If you prospect a “broad” method, there’s less competition but you will have to prospect in higher numbers.

2. Developing (“People person”)

Developing occurs after you have found a “Yes” and put them in your database. This person could be a FSBO, a buyer you meet at an open house, or an investor you met at a networking event. What matter is that you got a “yes” and put them in your database! Developing is where the cheesy quote “the fortune is in the follow-up” comes from. You essentially want to contact this person 5-7 times before they decide to make a decision.

You found a prospect that wants to sell cold calling
Send them a letter thanking them for their time
Follow up a few weeks later with a just sold
Send an e-mail with some market information (That pertains to them only)
Holiday card.
Close

Congratulations you just “touched” the prospect 6 times. They will probably use you as an agent when they do decide to sell!

3. Closing (The “persuader”)

Being a good closer means that you can handle objections well. This is the person that really studies sales and practices scripts every night before going to bed.

Having a great listing presentation
Handling people that want you to reduce commission
Finding and scheduling a time to meet.
Getting the prospect to “sign on the line that is dotted!”

23. November 2017 · Comments Off on Step 1…Choosing my Real Estate School …& why. · Categories: Real Estate School Training

Step 1…Choosing my Real Estate School …& why.


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Welcome to my video, where I talk about STEP 1 of the three steps before getting your Real Estate Salesperson license .

In case you’re wondering they are 1) Finding a School. 2) Studying for ( and passing ) the National and State exams. 3) Collecting all the appropriate documents and applying for the license.

I will explain my personal process and the details involved for each on this channel. Please subscribe and like/ comment your feedback 🙂

My Next video will be on HOW TO STUDY for the exams !!

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