22 Questions I Gotta Ask Myself BEFORE I Become a Real Estate Agent
22 Questions You Gotta Ask Yourself BEFORE You Become a Real Estate Agent is written specifically for individuals that are contemplating the decision of becoming a Real Estate Agent. It is an un-biased look at the daily life of this career. It shares true insight on what will be required of you should you choose to become a agent. It helps the reader to determine if this career choice is a good fit. Not everyone will succeed at being a Real Estate Agent. This eBook does not persuade or discourage the reader toward nor away from this career. Rather, it opens up the truth in what to expect in terms of your time, energy and money. It answers the TOP 22 Questions that an individual will need to know and understand before making this decision. Most of the information on the market today only talks about 'How to be a Successful Real Estate Agent.' While that information is helpful, it does not help an individual that is in the decision-making phase. This eBook fills a VOID for those that have NOT yet made their decision. This eBook is written in plain and simple, easy-to-understand text. It gets right to the truth and delivers answers to those burning questions that you would only get from a Real Estate Agent operating currently in this career field. People need to know: Will they make money? Can they afford it? Do they have the time? And, most importantly will they ENJOY it? Becoming a Real Estate Agent is not a hobby. The sole mission of this eBook is to teach you all about the advantages and disadvantages of being a Real Estate Agent...from another Real Estate Agent BEFORE you invest your time, money and energy. If you are truly considering becoming a Real Estate Agent, please don't make your FINAL decision UNTIL after you have read this eBook. I guarantee you that it will: 1). Confirm your decision to pursue this career; or 2). Keep you from making a costly mistake. No matter what you decide, make your decision AFTER you've read this eBook!
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