real estate at age 65
I had my CT license a few years back, passed without a problem. Actually loved it. Didn’t stay with it as I had many irons in the fire at the time. I am now a grandmother raising grandkids, one graduated with the other having three more years of school. I am also divorced. I feel positive that I could get up and running in some area of real estate and that it would be the best fit for me and my situation. I still need to be available for my high school student. I would not enter the arena wearing rose colored glasses. I want to “begin” somewhere and realistically, my chances of being employed in a 9-5 are slim to none. I am computer savvy and love research and people. Again, I don’t own rose colored glasses. I would like your opinion. Thank you. R Kelly
I think you have an amazing attitude! We bring on agents all the time from all different walks of life and the ones who are ready and willing to learn are the ones that are successful. Choosing your brokerage carefully is probably going to be your biggest asset. Be sure to ask what the support is like, from marketing, admin, and brokers. See what their training program is like and maybe ask to attend a session or a sales meeting.
I think you’ll be great 🙂
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