Career Occupational Analysis

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Career Occupational Analysis Occupation being researched: Real Estate, Realtor Resources used to collect information Books: Real Estate Principles and Practice by Gaines and Coleman 21 Things I Wish My Broker Had Told Me: Practical Advice for New Real Estate Professionals by Frank Cook Computer Systems: Top Producer Flex MLS Others: Lisa Wilkerson Realtor Sherri Faircloth Broker 1. The Occupation A. A Realtor is a professional sales person for Real Property. This means someone who can legally show, list, buy, and sell properties for themselves and other people. B. 1. Working with buyers to purchase homes in an area and their price point. 2. Working with sellers to get the best price for their property. 3. Marketing 4. Keeping up with changes in the mortgage market. 5. Working with government officals to change or enact legislation to Help property owners in the state.
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C. Work environment is fun and happy most of the time. Realtors are independent contractors, so they really do not have a boss. Typical Hours for new agents to build their business could be about 80 hours
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SLS 1501 taught by Professor Culligan during the Spring '08 term at Tallahassee Community College.

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