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Sales Professional - Entry Level

Job Description:
Real estate is the best business in the world.
If you are considering getting a license or if you already have a license and you are not achieving the success you hoped for, consider Keller Williams Realty.
Why Real Estate? 1.
Easy to enter: Doctors and lawyers train for years but you will train for weeks and enjoy a similar, if not greater, income potential.
2.
Low cost: No student loan debt, no lease space, equipment, or start-up costs.
3.
Be your own boss: Work when you want.
Play when you want.
Answer to no one.
4.
Get paid for helping others: Make their home ownership dreams come true.
ANYONE can do it! Unlike most professions, becoming a highly successful real estate agent requires no special talent or skill.
If you are committed and coachable, you can do it.
Why should you join Keller Williams? 1.
A company run BY real estate agents, FOR real estate agents.
2.
A company that shares profits with its agents.
3.
Business and financial education programs.
Job requirements: - Be committed and coachable - Be willing to obtain a real estate license, or be currently licensed - Desire to learn how to prospect, network and market yourself - Help clients buy and sell real estate

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