I want to be a Realtor in CA where do i start

I want to be a Realtor in CA | Where do I start? | Teresa Tims & Tom Pelton

  • By Teresa Tims
  • March 26, 2019

I want to be a Realtor in CA  | Where do I start? | Teresa Tims & Tom Pelton

This video is so informative, it’s just real talk about what to do, expect, make etc. No selling and no BS.  I was so impressed by ALL of Tom’s answers and advice!  He dropped some real nuggets for those looking to get into the business of becoming a Real Estate Agent In Southern California

Who Are We

Teresa Tims, President of TDR Mortgage & Real Estate Group  in Southern California

Tom Pelton, Regional Manager, Recruiter,  Century 21 Fine Homes & Estates,  Rancho Santa Margarita

What are we going to talk about

How to become a Realtor, Steps to take and What to expect

    • DRE Classes / Application
    • Best way to meet the min education requirements
    • How long start to finish
    • Rough Cost – Classes and DRE Fee
    • Learning Curve –
    • Who is best suited for a career in real estate
      • Personality
      • Education
      • Age
      • Location
      • Connections / Background
  • I have my Lic Now What
  • How to Choose a Company to hang your Lic
  • Do Real Estate Offices offer training?
  • Should I work Alone or Join a Team
    • What is the split difference
  • Area / Sales Price What do I target
  • Continuing Education, I have my Lic. What additional training should I pursue?
  • What will I need to budget for advertising Marketing the first 12 months to get over the hump
  • What can I do to make money quickly
  • Can I start by working part time, I need to work to live, I don’t have a savings

Be sure to watch our video for great tips. Call us if you have any questions 909-920-3500

About Author: Teresa Tims

Teresa Tims is President of TDR Mortgage in Charming Downtown Upland CA. She prides herself in offering quality home loan products, competitive pricing and knowledgeable assistance when helping her clients select a home loan. Teresa is a life-long resident of the Inland Empire. Read More