Current commission structure in Singapore (based on sale/rental value) provides no motivation for a real estate agent to maximise the interest of the buyer. This is because higher the sales/rental value higher will be his/her commission. What can we do to change this?
Hi, I am trying to get a list together of major, well-known companies that have in-house real estate departments that manage their own locations, negotiate deals, and do their own site-selection. One company that comes to mind is REI. I am seeking a career in real estate not as a generic broker or property manager but within a larger ‘non-real estate’ company. Thanks!
I just received the real estate broker license in California, and plan to do brokerage business. I’m not planning to setup a company or hire any agent. I’m thinking about joining Orange County Association of Realtors. Do I really need E&O insurance? What steps am I missing? Any advice will be appreciated.
My dad is a public school teacher but he became a millionare investing in real estate. His advise is to hire the “youngest and hottest real estate dame in town”. He says they get more people interested in their properties and they are harder to say no to when working through a deal. He sounds like a pig to me on this one but it has worked for him. Any one with experience on this one because I need to find a good agent.
I want to work in commercial real estate. I am working in Hotel Management at the moment, but think commercial real estate is interesting. Im young enough where a career change is not out of the question. What types of things do employers look for? Is there a high demand for people in commercial real estate?
I am selling some real estate and now need to stop the sale. As the seller can I stop the sale? We are in the option period right now.
Can most real estate agents help their clients with foreclosed properties, or do they usually just stick to listings with home owners? We’re looking into buying, but are on a limited budget, and want to look more closely into foreclosures. Thanks.
I am 17 and still in high school. I’ve gained interest in real estate and know I want to own my own business. How can I start now as a junior in high school to work towards owning and operating a succesful real estate development business. I would like to be operating on a scale that Donal Trump does one day.
I need some good advice on whether I should start my California-based real estate investment company as a sole proprietorship, a partnership of some sort, or some kind of a corporation. The general purpose of this company is to purchase and rent out residential and commercial real estate. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What Are The Reqirements To Be A Real Estate Agent? Do You Need Some Sort Of License To Sell Houses?
I work at a dead end job. I want to quit and get into real estate. I know there is a lot of potential in that field. How does one get started? Is selling houses difficult? What are the requirements? What do real estate firms look for in a potential employee?