Being A Staten Island Real Estate Agent

It’s no secret that real estate is a great career to be in because it’s fast-paced and rewarding. The field holds endless amounts of earning potential for those whom spend the time needed too become a high earner. A Staten Island Real Estate Agent has to realize, before anything else, that being an agent is more then making money. People become real estate agents because agents have the ability to set their own hours and work outside of the office. They also get the opportunity to meet new people and have that sense of satisfaction when they find the perfect home making a family’s dream a reality. An agent needs to put their clients needs, wants, and dreams before their own otherwise they will not last as an agent.

Being A Residential Staten Island Real Estate Agent

Being A Residential Staten Island Real Estate Agent

Real estate agents are also known as real estate salespersons. The job description of a Staten Island Real Estate Agent is too handle the sales of luxury residential/commercial homes all over Staten Island, New York. A great agent will sometimes have to work as many as 70 hours a week, because of the amount of demand buyers, sellers, other agents, mortgage lenders, mortgage brokers, home inspectors, family members, and everyone else requires of them.

One way many agents start out is as an assistant to another agent. This mentor agent has too be willing to help them learn the industry from the ground up. Real Estate Agents, whom are licensed by New York State and whom work in Staten Island, need to have strong negotiating skills and know Staten Island’s housing market in and out. Its common knowledge that all residential real estate agents on Staten Island are paid by commission and aren’t salary driven. The median annual pay for a real-estate sales agent is $37,600, according to the National Association of Realtors.

Being a Staten Island Real Estate Agent is great career decision for those whom want to work hard for good money. You just need to understand that it doesn’t come without a cost. Real estate agents have to spend a lot of their personal time on the phone will clients, in order save deals, create deals, and/or answer any question their clients may have. They are a 24 hours resource for their clients, and if you cant handle that, look into something else. I dedicate all my time to my clients and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Being A Staten Island Real Estate Agent

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