Looking for an entry level job or internship in real estate? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Real estate agents run residential real estate. The steps to becoming a real estate agent vary by state but typically involve an application, coursework, a licensing exam, and post-licensing coursework. You can also become a commercial real estate agent, which also requires licensing. In either case, you can work with an agency or go the self-employed route.
It’s also worth mentioning the many websites in the real estate business: Zillow, Redfin, and 42floors, to name a few.
You don’t need a bachelor’s degree to become a real estate agent, but it won’t hurt. Many of the other positions in real estate, particularly the administrative positions, typically require a degree.
|Commercial Real Estate Property Manager|
NAI Robert Lynn Dallas, TX
|Commercial Real Estate Leasing Representative|
Peterson Properties, LLC Albuquerque, NM
|Real Estate Attorney|
Thumbtack, Inc. Denver, CO
|Real Estate Agent - Sales|
Coldwell Banker Premier Group Saint Louis, MO
|Real Estate Consultant|
Urban Living Houston, TX
|Real Estate Sales Manager|
Bullseye Hiring Windsor, CT
|Insurance Underwriter - Real Estate|
Investment Concepts Orange, CA
Local Real Estate Agency Sonoma, CA
|Commercial Real Estate Team Assistant|
Coldwell Banker Rick Canup, Realtors Lubbock, TX
|Real Estate Agent - LA Harbor|
Keller Williams Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
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