Why pursue a broker’s license?
She goes on to explain, “Covid-19 brought many changes and uncertainties. I felt this was the perfect time to expand my knowledge and increase my education by pursuing a broker license. Although I prefer an “in classroom” experience, I had no choice but to attend class “online.”. The additional 45 hours of training took more commitment and determination on my part in the virtual learning method. However, it was important to me and it made me carve out time to dedicate to obtaining this goal of mine. This achievement was a personal goal I had set for myself when I became a full-time realtor in 2015. As a top producer, ranking in the top 10 the last few years, I felt it was my responsibility to always be learning and improving my craft to better serve my clients. So, knowledge and experience are the benefits that I will be able to offer my clients. I never considered myself a salesperson, but identified more as a consultant. This new achievement was a natural progression in my business. I love what I do and I look forward to helping families and investors achieve their real estate goals.
- Commercial & Investment Real Estate (CIREC) Certification’
- Military Relocation Professional (MRP) Certification; and
- Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) Certification
Becoming a Real Estate Broker
The New York State Division of Licensing Services states that certain qualifications must be met. First, an applicant must have at least two years of experience as a licensed real estate salesperson. In addition, the applicant must have successfully completed the 75-hour qualifying salesperson course. The final step is completion of the addition 45-hour real estate broker course, as approved by the Secretary of State. According to Geoff Green, President of Green Team Realty,
“This is a step in the right direction for Krissy as she is a leader in this industry. Her continued desire to advance her career in the Real Estate Industry is commendable”