GMAR Can Help You Become a Realtor®
Greater Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® provides all the information you need to start a career in Real Estate. Beginning with Pre-Licensing training and education. To sit for the state real estate licensing exam, you must complete 40 hours of classroom time and pass the state exam. Exams are provided through PSI Exams with numerous locations to choose from.
Careers in Real Estate
The real estate profession offers one of the widest career selections in the business world today.
You may want to help people buy and sell homes, office buildings, and/or industrial property, or you might want to enter into property management, land development, mortgage banking, urban planning, real estate counseling, appraising, or research.
All are aspects of a career in real estate, and each one offers a world of opportunity. If you weren't sure before, hopefully, you are now: real estate is more than a sign on someone's front lawn. It is one of the most dynamic business fields out there.
A Rewarding Career
A career in real estate provides flexibility and freedom to set your own pace. Income directly reflects your efforts, with no limits on what hard-working men and women can earn. Successful people in real estate are goal-oriented, persevering, self-motivated and people-oriented.
Potential rewards of a real estate career include:
- High earnings
- Business autonomy
- The freedom to use your time as you see fit
- The satisfaction of helping people
- Intellectual challenge
Just Weeks Away from your New Career
Once you complete the real estate licensing class, you take the state exam. After completing the exam, you decide which agency you want to work for and apply for your real estate license. The whole process could be as short as a few weeks before you are on your way to an exciting new career in real estate.
Start with Pre-Licensing today!