Would becoming a broker be valuable for someone in Real Estate? Obviously, since I am in education, I believe that you should. I did years ago.
My son did when he graduated from CSUN, and my granddaughter passed the first time. I have stressed to them the value. You might say that I have a hidden agenda, if you get a broker license, I will make money. That is not a hidden agenda. It is right out in the open.
You might ask, “Will the extra education and study help me?” and I say, “I don’t think that it will hurt you to learn a little more and take some excellent courses.”
“Can I guarantee that you will pass the exam?” No, but our preparation package will sure help. Our passing grades are outstanding. Best in the West in my opinion.
When you become a broker, you can show clients your DRE status sheet and say, “I am a Broker Associate and that means I had to take 8 college courses and pass an all-day exam that less than 50% normally pass. With more education and motivation than most salespersons, I can probably handle your sale with more precision.”
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