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patricia32362, Renter in Yonkers, NY

I am very interested in getting my real estate license in New York but would only be able to do this part time. Can I get some guidance please?

Asked by patricia32362, Yonkers, NY Thu Apr 24, 2014

I am a single mom and cannot afford to leave my job and would love to get my real estate license to work part time for now. I need to know the process and what is involved such as classes to take and where and what the cost would be. I would very much appreciate any help. Thank you....Patricia

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Since I am from your immediate area I am certain my company would sponsor you. The job actually can fit you part time skills as many Buyers are available in the early evening or on weekends. Annette's advice is fabulous but if you need to find out more about local brokerage I think my Company offers training well above other agencies. We have aver 20 Offices in the Hudson Valley so let me know if interested & I will help you to get an interview. Good luck, Allan




Allan Erps
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, ABR,SFR
Better Homes & Gardens/Rand Realty
95 South Middletown Road
Nanuet, New York 10954
Voice Mail (845) 624-8100 x141
Fax (845) 624-7137
Cell/Text (845) 304-3040
Email: allan.erps@randrealty.com
Website: allan.erps.randrealty.com
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Apr 27, 2014
Patricia,
This is a great option for you. However, there are a lot of predators lurking that you should avoid.
They way you avoid the predators is do a bit more homework regarding the real estate option.

I suggest you read "7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Getting into Real Estate."
That is the title of seven blogs on Trulia. The first one is dated Feb 14
http://www.trulia.com/blog/annettelawrence

Having completed this personal assessment, you will clearly know what your business opportunity is as well as what you bring to the table that is beneficial to the broker, team or REALTOR you will be teaming up with.

If you don't complete your due diligence, you are destined to join the ranks of the 95% of newbies who never see their second year anniversary.

If, however, your goal is to simply to clerical work to become familiar with the business, you won't need a license to do that, but you still need to present your skill set.

Best of Success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Reattec Group
Palm Harbor FL
727.420.4041
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 25, 2014
Thank you Annette for taking the time to write to me. I will take your suggestion and read "7 Things I Wish I Kew Before Getting into Real Estate......Patricia
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