Do You Attend School to Become a Real Estate Agent?Posted by: Finlay Hewitt | Posted on: May 21, 2019
If you want to become a real estate agent, one of your first questions must be about the educational requirements to start a career like that. Each state establishes its own prerequisites, even though the typical minimum education level is a high school or equivalent diploma.
This will be needed before you apply and attend the required training course. You often have the choice to complete this course at a community college, an approved school or through correspondence. You can choose ‘education in real estate agent’ (which is also known as ‘utdanning eiendomsmegler’ in the Norwegian language) to make your career brighten.
Some community colleges offer relevant pre-licensing courses in subjects such as ethics, law, office administration, and property management. These courses are designed to help and prepare you to work in this exciting field.
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Courses are usually divided into national and state-specific information, and your real estate agent exam must cover both of these sections. Such pre-licensing courses are also available in approved schools, and sometimes even online through distance education if your country allows this option.
Make sure you study at an approved school or education provider to provide pre-licensed education by a commission or relevant real estate organization in your state.
To impress future entrepreneurs, namely brokers and brokerage companies, it's important to study hard and maybe do some additional courses in real estate principles and practices. The more you learn to stand out from other applicants and sell yourself, the better your chances of getting a good position and start working with property.