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How To Become a Real Estate Agent in NSW

How To Become a Real Estate Agent in NSW

If you dream of a job where you have control over your own hours, that teaches you an abundance of life skills and, with hard work, nets you results, then a career in real estate in NSW could be right for you.

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7 Most Effective Real Estate Marketing Strategies And Ideas


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Who Is The Average Australian Property Investor - Do You Fit The Bill?


Do you know who the average Australian property investor really is? Contrary to popular belief, it’s not the super wealthy property speculator buying up rentals left right and centre. In fact it could be your next door neighbour, the one who’s drinking XXXX and firing up the barbie. Don’t believe us? Let’s take a look at some stats to see if we can put together a clearer profile of this person….

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What Sellers Really Think About Real Estate Agents

Contrary to popular stereotype, many vendors are actually happy with the level service they receive from their real estate agent. This insight was reached from a survey of 300 vendors undertaken in 2015 by CoreLogic.

Of those surveyed, 74% vendors achieved the price they wanted or higher for their property.

But there were some more interesting insights that revealed what vendors really think about agents, and lots of key areas where good agents could stand out from the crowd. We thought sharing these could be helpful so you know you’re ticking all the right boxes.

If you are doing these already you can rest assured your vendor will be singing your praises and, most importantly, referring you to everyone they know.

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How To Become a Real Estate Agent in Victoria


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How To Stay Afloat As A New Real Estate Agent

With Australia’s thriving market, the real estate industry is becoming hugely popular place to work. Statistics show that as of January 2016 224,000 people worked in real estate, a jump of nearly 5% from the year before. A recent article in the Guardian also reports there has also been a massive increase in people working in real estate as a second job.

But wanting to become a real estate agent and being capable of staying afloat are two different things. Many new real estate agents don’t make it past the first 100 days. You need to be prepared for hard work, long hours and put strategies in place to handle the financial ups and downs. We look at some ways you can maximise your success.

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