How much can you expect to earn selling RE the first few years? And if you have to pay so much to a broker to work, why bother? What is the benefit?

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answer by Jerry Pascale    |   Contact Me
Look at your venture into being a Realtor as entering any new career path, no one starts out as CEO; but through hard work, education and training you work your way up the pay scale. Can someone get lucky and score a million dollar deal straight out of the gate, absolutely and it actually has been done many times. Unfortunately, these instant gratifications are few and far between; and, I might add, typically taints that Agent right from the gitgo, because the psychological impact of an instant home run, can damage the persona of the first at Home Run.
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answer by Lindsey Davidson    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It all depends on you and your WHY! I started 4 years ago and worked HARD to get to where I am now. Its great to have a coach, its great to have a great Broker that is available to answer questions and train you. Then most importantly you must have drive... This business will beat you up (I know)... your drive will keep you going! GOOD LUCK!
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answer by Kevin Edwards    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hello James. This is not a business without effort. The more effort and drive the more you will succeed. Therefore, you can expect to earn and little or as much as you want depending on your efforts. You are required by law to join a brokerage unless you obtain you brokers license. All brokers are different. When first starting out, you need one that will educate you properly and teach you the business. My company ranks in the top 500 companies in the country in training. The benefit is living a life by design! Contact me and I will help you anyway I can. Thanks!
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answer by Gerald Page    |   Contact Me
Hi James. How much depends on your market area, your personal effort and your ability to get listings and buyers. As far as broker fees you first get somewhere to get masters training free then work your business. the benefit of this is if you love it you'll be happy. It's all about personal choices. I do wish you the best and if I can ever help you in any way I'd be happy to.
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