My company is a small real estate brokerage involved in many different aspects of residential real estate (traditional buyer and seller representation, leasing representation, property management and distressed property development). I would recommend to talk with several larger brokerages with formal training programs and talk with several smaller offices like mine. Our office needs some help right now with unworked leads; there will be an opportunity to work hard, learn on the job and make sales pretty quickly.
Please call me if you would like to discuss further, best of luck with your new career regardless.
I recommend going with a recognized name and a good fit. Meet with the brokers of some big name firms and see which company you best mesh with.
Sohail A. Salahuddin | Founder and Team Leader
Innovative Property Consultants Group | Sales and Leasing
Jameson Sothebyâ€™s International Realty
425 W. North Ave. | Chicago, IL 60610 â€¨
O: 312.335.3230 | C: 312.437.7799 | F: 847.805.6030
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John Gall is the managing broker (773) 220 4421 or email@example.com
If you have never sold Real Estate before, my advice is go with a larger firm that has some visiability, good training and also a mentoring program.
Passing the exams unfortunately tells you absolutely nothing about how to start your business, write a contract, farm or anything. It only requires you to know real estate legal requirements and regulations. Now you need to start learning, so a larger firm is better. Go on their websites and decide who has the best program for you to do some on the job training.
There are several outstanding companies that I could recommend - but it will come down to what would be the best fit for you
Please call me to discuss
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