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Beginner's Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent

We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

The new agent’s guide to long-term success: How to kick-start your real estate career

Launching a new real estate career is simultaneously thrilling and terrifying—you know the sky is the limit for your earning potential and ultimate success, but you also realize there’s a long way to go to the top … and if you don’t start strong, you might never arrive there. We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

You are:

  • An aspiring real estate agent who hasn’t yet taken your licensing exam but is interested in learning more about this career path and whether it’s right for you.
  • A freshly licensed agent who’s excited to get started in your brand-new career—but isn’t sure where or how to take your first steps.
  • A broker or team leader who works frequently with fresh agents and who wants to provide additional resources for those agents to help them succeed.

You want:

  • To get a grasp on what you have to do in order to achieve your dreams in real estate—including exactly where to start, then what to do next.
  • To understand how to lay the groundwork for success as a brand-new agent, what you can expect from your first year, and exactly which tools and technologies will help you achieve your goals.
  • To provide a solid action plan for your new agents that can help them be more productive and intentional in their real estate careers.

What you’ll get:

Our “Beginner’s Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent,” a 59-page ebook in five thorough but easy-to-absorb chapters. It walks new real estate agents through everything they need to do in the first year to establish a foundation for long-term success, including determining a market and niche that will work well, developing marketing strategies, setting expectations, how to think about technology, when and how to evaluate performance, and how to continue learning when the first year is over and you can start to think of yourself as “seasoned.

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Beginner's Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent

We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

The new agent’s guide to long-term success: How to kick-start your real estate career

Launching a new real estate career is simultaneously thrilling and terrifying—you know the sky is the limit for your earning potential and ultimate success, but you also realize there’s a long way to go to the top … and if you don’t start strong, you might never arrive there. We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

You are:

  • An aspiring real estate agent who hasn’t yet taken your licensing exam but is interested in learning more about this career path and whether it’s right for you.
  • A freshly licensed agent who’s excited to get started in your brand-new career—but isn’t sure where or how to take your first steps.
  • A broker or team leader who works frequently with fresh agents and who wants to provide additional resources for those agents to help them succeed.

You want:

  • To get a grasp on what you have to do in order to achieve your dreams in real estate—including exactly where to start, then what to do next.
  • To understand how to lay the groundwork for success as a brand-new agent, what you can expect from your first year, and exactly which tools and technologies will help you achieve your goals.
  • To provide a solid action plan for your new agents that can help them be more productive and intentional in their real estate careers.

What you’ll get:

Our “Beginner’s Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent,” a 59-page ebook in five thorough but easy-to-absorb chapters. It walks new real estate agents through everything they need to do in the first year to establish a foundation for long-term success, including determining a market and niche that will work well, developing marketing strategies, setting expectations, how to think about technology, when and how to evaluate performance, and how to continue learning when the first year is over and you can start to think of yourself as “seasoned.

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Beginner's Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent

We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

The new agent’s guide to long-term success: How to kick-start your real estate career

Launching a new real estate career is simultaneously thrilling and terrifying—you know the sky is the limit for your earning potential and ultimate success, but you also realize there’s a long way to go to the top … and if you don’t start strong, you might never arrive there. We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

You are:

  • An aspiring real estate agent who hasn’t yet taken your licensing exam but is interested in learning more about this career path and whether it’s right for you.
  • A freshly licensed agent who’s excited to get started in your brand-new career—but isn’t sure where or how to take your first steps.
  • A broker or team leader who works frequently with fresh agents and who wants to provide additional resources for those agents to help them succeed.

You want:

  • To get a grasp on what you have to do in order to achieve your dreams in real estate—including exactly where to start, then what to do next.
  • To understand how to lay the groundwork for success as a brand-new agent, what you can expect from your first year, and exactly which tools and technologies will help you achieve your goals.
  • To provide a solid action plan for your new agents that can help them be more productive and intentional in their real estate careers.

What you’ll get:

Our “Beginner’s Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent,” a 59-page ebook in five thorough but easy-to-absorb chapters. It walks new real estate agents through everything they need to do in the first year to establish a foundation for long-term success, including determining a market and niche that will work well, developing marketing strategies, setting expectations, how to think about technology, when and how to evaluate performance, and how to continue learning when the first year is over and you can start to think of yourself as “seasoned.

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Beginner's Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent

We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

Start your free Trial

The new agent’s guide to long-term success: How to kick-start your real estate career

Launching a new real estate career is simultaneously thrilling and terrifying—you know the sky is the limit for your earning potential and ultimate success, but you also realize there’s a long way to go to the top … and if you don’t start strong, you might never arrive there. We collected some of the best advice from successful agents across the country and marketing professionals, then outlined it in an ebook that covers everything from how to pick your location to how to set yourself apart from other agents to how to evaluate your performance and advance to the next level.

You are:

  • An aspiring real estate agent who hasn’t yet taken your licensing exam but is interested in learning more about this career path and whether it’s right for you.
  • A freshly licensed agent who’s excited to get started in your brand-new career—but isn’t sure where or how to take your first steps.
  • A broker or team leader who works frequently with fresh agents and who wants to provide additional resources for those agents to help them succeed.

You want:

  • To get a grasp on what you have to do in order to achieve your dreams in real estate—including exactly where to start, then what to do next.
  • To understand how to lay the groundwork for success as a brand-new agent, what you can expect from your first year, and exactly which tools and technologies will help you achieve your goals.
  • To provide a solid action plan for your new agents that can help them be more productive and intentional in their real estate careers.

What you’ll get:

Our “Beginner’s Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent,” a 59-page ebook in five thorough but easy-to-absorb chapters. It walks new real estate agents through everything they need to do in the first year to establish a foundation for long-term success, including determining a market and niche that will work well, developing marketing strategies, setting expectations, how to think about technology, when and how to evaluate performance, and how to continue learning when the first year is over and you can start to think of yourself as “seasoned.

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