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Real Estate Classes

2/29/2008 01:29:00 PM
Happy Friday Everyone! Thank goodness for the weekend. It's been quite the busy week. Anyone have any good plans for the weekend?

I'm going to spending most of it in a weekend real estate class. Part of me is hoping that it'll help me to understand the process a little bit better for when I end up buying a home of my own. The other part wants to learn a little bit more about the industry so that maybe I could be a part time real estate agent on the weekends/evenings.

If there are any other folks out there that are interested. I'm taking the class offered by the Lee Institute. They have lots of locations and also offer the option of a two-day weekend course sometimes (which works out well for me since I travel for work so much).

I'll report back after the class as to how it was, but I'm expecting that it's going to be like driver's ed. Sit there for countless boring hours and then take a relatively easy test at the end.

Any real estate agents out there want to chime in on how their thoughts on their profession and how they like it?

Click (here) for a link to the Lee Institute.

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3 Response to "Real Estate Classes"

  1. Will Said,

    Took the class and did nothing with it. The same could be said for my motorcycle license, but that is a different story.

    The class is intense and the instructor doesn't wait for you to return from break. He will start teaching on the dot.

    There is one short older instructor/attorney who is rather entertaining. The other is dull.

    Posted on 2/29/08, 3:24 PM

  2. Unknown Said,

    If any of you Real Estate Agents or aspiring agents are in need of a catchy domain name for the Boston market, I have a great one for you. I'm looking to sell Send me a note if you're interested.

    Posted on 3/1/08, 1:45 PM

  3. Anonymous Said,

    I dont know, what is the meaning of class, if it is just few boring hours and easy test at the end? However, courses, lectures and books could prepare you for the business, but until you gain some experience, you will have to overcome lot of troubles and bad days. We (ReMax Vancouver) are in the business for a long time and I believe experience and good background is the best investment for realtor!

    Posted on 3/2/08, 8:28 AM


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