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I love what I do and am lucky to be able to do it
Christopher Huffman My Wife was an agent.
I wanted to put a real meaning behind being called a Carpetbagger
Seemed like a good thing to get into at the time.
Mom said to do it.
A career in real estate is all about freedom. There are two ways to start a real estate career. The first is to get hired through an agency, and the second is to have your own business. Becoming a become a realtor in NJ area is a commitment to success which will be greatly depend on your success, especially when you initially are becoming a Realtor.
In early 1995 I met my husband who had just started a real estate company. I was self-employed at the time running a Business Support company. While we dated I learned alot about real estate and as instrumental in the marketing and administrative end of the business. Once we got married he talked me into becoming a Realtor. And now I'm glad he did. I Love being a REALTOR.
money for nothing and your chicks for free
Just joking but to really answer this may take too much time and space for this forum.
Freedom, flexibility and I love property!
For the fame and glamour. Realtors are like Movie Stars out here (or is it that former movies stars are now selling real estate).
What other industry can have your own business with such a little investment?
Was a loan officer at a Savings & Loan. A broker I did business with said I could make more money and have more time to myself. I was attending law school at night and thought it was a good idea!
Good morning Christopher. I wanted to have access to buying real estate, that is what brought me to the business.
Good morning Christopher. I am becoming a real estate agent so that I can learn more of what happens on the other side of the fence.
I couldn't find another job.
Best income potential
I got a job review that said I helped people too much. Now I can help people as much as I want.
I wanted to work for my self
I've always worked hard to make other people money. I decided to put my hard work to work for me.
The builder I was working for as a payroll manager thought I would be a very good agent. He paid for my night classes etc. I sold his properties for 5 years. It worked out great.
How much time do you have?
There are days when we all ask that question.
To work 24/7 of course...and to drive expensive cars. None of which has materialized.
Suggest you go to a REAL ESTATE OFFICE interview brokers and agents in person.