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Musicman008, Both Buyer and Seller in Tampa, FL

While working full time in another field, I want to become a licensed as a real estate broker. What constitutes the 24 month experience prerequisite?

Asked by Musicman008, Tampa, FL Wed May 1, 2013

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Jose Mejia’s answer
I second the Bob Hogue School I went through the class with them when I got my RE license and Broker license.

In most cases being a Broker doesn't benefit you very much unless you want to open a franchise or simply have the knowledge of a Broker. In our Company, we do provide incentives for those looking to be Brokers. The purpose behind this is to develop a strong group of leaders. Now, you really don't need to be a Broker to be a leader, but when your expanding and opening branches, you may decide to manage your own branch someday. To encourage this, Newhomeprograms.com increases your split on all your deals! So just a thought when your deciding :) Good Luck!
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Also, why go to all of the expense to get licensed as a broker if you can simply work for Future Home Realty. I was going to buy a Re/Max franchise but soon realized I get a lot more with Future Home Realty for the minimal split and fees I pay.
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You have to become a real estate salesperson first, and work full time for 24 months for a Broker, before you can take the Brokers License exam.
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You must hold an active Sales Associates real estate license for 24 months before you can apply for and take the State Exam for your Brokers real estate license. Good luck!
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Contact Bob Hogue Real Estate school, they can probably give you the very best advice. Their course is also really good and worth the money.
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