Posted on : 08 Nov 2018
The real estate industry has been known for years as an evergreen industry that has attracted thousands of individuals to pursue this line of work and achieve their dreams. When people hear about real estate agents or negotiators, the first thought that comes to mind is that these individuals are earning from selling properties, which is true. However, real estate agents do more than selling properties. Think of them more as business owners, as they can own the agency that employs negotiators to sell properties on their behalf. Even negotiators have other responsibilities and skills required, of which you can learn more about on our article NEGOTIATING YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS IN REAL ESTATE.
Before we even begin explaining the role of agents, a common question we need to address is how does one become a real estate agent? The answer is quite straightforward and simple. The first step is for you to get yourself legally registered by the Board of Valuers, Appraisers, Estate Agents and Property Managers (BOVAEP) Malaysia as it is illegal to sell properties or start real estate agencies without getting the proper qualifications from the government. And this can be done simply by attending and completing the Diploma in Estate Agency course available in institutions such as Good Institute. The course will help get you ready for the business world as you learn the necessary skills and property knowledge required to succeed in this lucrative industry. Here are a few things you should note down on becoming a successful real estate agent:
Keen on taking the first step into this lucrative industry? Join Good Institute’s Free Preview Class where an introduction to real estate will be conducted by a seasoned industry expert.
Written by Qisti Zahairi.
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