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  • Start with a large office that has good training and a good reputation. Then listen and watch what the top producers do.
  • With all the turmoil and Lender bankruptcy that is going on lately, you definitely want to find a company that is legitimately sound and has never had any legal issues. There is a site called Lender Review Board, http://www.lenderreviewboard.com , that will help you locate a company that you can trust.
  • Take a ride [“tour”] through those developments and those parts of the counties where you would like to work or have your “farm”. Those areas will be considered YOUR “bread and butter”. Make notes of the signs and of those agents’ names you see over and over again. Those ARE THE BUSIEST folks in that area. Those folks are YOUR coaches and mentors AND competition. Go to that municipality’s city hall/town hall or municipal building. You have to find out if you can “cold canvass” in those areas.. If you get permission, follow the rules and regs they give you. You MIGHT have to pay for the permit. You MIGHT have to report to the municipality to let them know where you are and what you’re doing. Look through your Sunday paper for those offices you see over and over again in the areas where you would like to work. Call the numbers in the advertisements. DON'T STOP AND SPEAK WITH THOSE FOLKS ON SUNDAY. They are not there to interview new agents. In the beginning you should be all over those successful folks like white on rice! You want to know as much as you can about what they do and how they do it. Take one or two out to lunch and “pick their brains”. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: My wonderful family! In the real estate business over 34 years in PA. My wonderful coaches & mentors. Yes, after all these years I continue having them in my corner! THE ABSOLUTE BEST, MOST WONDERFUL real estate investment group in the world, which I was very proud to be a member of! "THE University of Hard Knocks"
  • Ate you expecti g multiple job offers? Because the last I heard the one wanting the job isnt the one who makes the decision. Its the prospective employer who chooses to hire or not.
  • Property merchants have good organizing with other region nearby representatives and merchants, will

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