How do you become a real estate broker?
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- Meet your state’s minimum age and education requirement.
- Take real estate education courses, meeting minimum number of instruction hours.
- Pass the state exam.
- Work under a licensed broker.
- Study your market.
- Have savings on hand in first year on the job.
- Keep learning.
Do brokers make more than real estate agents?
The gross median salary for licensed real estate brokers in the U.S. was $69,640 in 2016, according to NAR data published in 2017. A big part of the reason that salaries for real estate brokers were significantly higher than sales agents’ salaries is that it’s common for agents to work part-time while in other jobs.
How quickly can you become a real estate agent?
How Long Does It Take to Become a Real Estate Agent? It can take 4 to 6 months to become a real estate agent, depending on your state’s licensing requirements and when you take the real estate exam.
What is the difference between a real estate agent and broker?
A real estate agent is anyone who has earned a real estate license. A real estate broker is an agent who has also passed their broker license exam. The primary difference between a real estate agent and broker is that a broker can own a real estate firm or hire agents to work for them.