Many traditional nine-to-five jobs no longer meet the needs of today’s workforce. Today, people prefer careers with autonomy, unlimited income potential including a retirement plan and the ability to strike a healthy balance between work and home. Couple that with the fact that working for someone else often brings with it the threat of unemployment and a career in real estate sales may be the answer.
Helping people to buy and sell homes, invest in real estate or commercial properties can be both rewarding and lucrative. Those thinking of a career in real estate often have questions about their suitability for the job, the costs and how to get started, training, income streams and how to build a client base and work effectively with them to negotiate successful transactions.
To answer these questions and more, EXIT Real Estate Partners will be hosting an informational career night on September 6th from 6:30 to 8:00. Members of the public are invited to attend.
This informative session will address how trends in the real estate industry may impact someone newly licenced and how to choose the right brokerage including one with hands-on training, support and mentorship.
“We talk to people all the time who are considering a career in real estate sales but have misconceptions about what’s really involved in becoming licensed and then establishing and building a successful career,” said Brian Kwilosz, Managing Broker of EXIT Real Estate Partners. “This career night will examine those misconceptions.”
For more information and to register, please contact (630)967-0400.
About EXIT Realty:
EXIT is a proven real estate business model that has to-date, paid out more than a third of a billion dollars in single-level residual income to its associates across the U.S. and Canada. State-of-the-art technology and MIND-SET Training Systems give agents the edge in a competitive marketplace. A portion of every transaction fee collected by EXIT Realty Corp. International is pledged to our charity of choice and to-date, $3 million has been pledged to Habitat for Humanity.