How to be a Work From Home Realtor
In this day and age there are so many ways to work from home, but it is often hard to know what’s real and what’s a scam. It is also hard to turn to the web because of the abundance of misinformation, and a severe lack of resources for moms who are returning to the workforce.
We are bringing you this weekly video series so you can get a glimpse of what real women are doing to make money, and how you can get started! We have interviewed a variety of women: jewelry designer, virtual assistant, online teacher and so many more.
In these videos they’ll tell us all about what they do, what a typical day looks like, how to get started in their industry, and their own personal advice for you!
If you have an awesome side hustle, we’d love to interview you!
This mom turned her regular real estate job into a work at home gig that is perfect for homeschooing her twins! Meaghan has some great advice on taking an existing job and making a remote position out of it!
Work From Home Realtor Cheat Sheet:
Pay varies with experience and sales, however one can make a full-time living from selling real estate.
Education/training requirements: Different states have different requirements, however you can take the training online in person. 14:17
Up front investment: You’ll have to pay for your training courses, which is typically $200-$500.
Working hours per week: This depends on your preferences, but Meaghan works full-time, at least 40 hours per week.
How to start: You have to talk to a lot of people and do a lot of work. Make sure when you start with a brokerage that they have a process for getting you to be trained and successful. 11:50
Hardest Part: The fear that you’re not doing enough.23:02
Best Part: For Meaghan, the best part is being challenged. 21:03
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