Give Gerald Crow our Dallas Office Manager at 214-912-6271 (cell) and he would be glad to go over everything with you including our training program, commission plans, contracts, and costs associated with getting into real estate.
Best of luck .. Bruce
Is there any broker who can sponsor ?
If so what kind of contract I have to do with them and is it better to go that way or pay by myself and then find broker.
How hard it to find good broker and what to look for when you start working for broker.
Ralph VanDuzee, Ebby Halliday Realtors, 214-695-2986
Faizur Rahman, Ph.D.
Broker (Realtor) /Loan Officer (NMLS ID: 351183)
2070 W Spring Creek Pkwy, Suite #314, Plano, TX, 75023
Phone: (469) 766-4015, Fax: (214) 764-4047
7+ Years of Real Estate & Mortgage Lending.
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What you will do with an online education (euphemism) is get the minimum requirements to obtain a TREC license and potentially become one of those agents that professional agents talk about and complain about all the time. Those that we have to educate during transactions, the ones that don't have a clue about the legal ramifications and risks that come along with the job, those that don't do a job that protects their clients and especially those that give true real estate professionals a bad name.
North Lake College in Irving has a good program. If you want to be successful in this business you have to put in the time, effort and yes, money, to become a true real estate professional, whether it is a real estate agent or a Realtor.
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
I don't know about best but Kaplan does a lot of online classes.
Also TREC has a page with approved schools, look at ADM in second column
Finally when deciding what broker to go with there are many things to consider and the following video might give you some good food for thought.
Best of luck ... Bruce