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I want to be a realtor agent and want a tutor. can you recomend? I live in centreville ,VA

  • March 22 2009 - Centreville
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Good morning, and Best wishes in your new carreer. Jobin Realty in Centreville and Fairfax have classes for their new recruits to help you prepare for the license test. I have been honored to give some classes discussing mortgages for their students. There are at least one or two others that offer the classes. If you prefer, there are also test prep schools that charge for their test prep. Either way, you are on your way to you license. Feel free to call me to get some names suggestions. Best wishes, Jim
  • March 23 2009
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Start with the licensing requirements for the state of Virginia Make sure the real estate school you select is approved by the state for accreditation.

Once you are licensed, interview with multiple real estate offices in your area. Ask them about desk fees or other expenses related to the real estate business. Find a company you would feel comfortable holding your license. If you are unsure of where to start, stop by some open houses and talk to agents. You can ask them if they're happy with the company they are licensed through. Once you find a place, ask if there is a mentor program for new agents. Atypically you might have to share a portion of your first sales with the agent in exchange for their expertise.

Good luck.
  • March 22 2009
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