After 2 months attending school, you pass the school final and the State exam, right! Then, part of the process which I only found out about a month ago, is to find yourself a brokerage firm where you'll "hang" your license and work with. (There are so many considerations you should analyse first before deciding which firm to go with, perhaps I'll share those another time). After that, you're ready for the last step: have your license issued.
In my case, I feel lucky to have found a great firm and manager Broker who will be my mentor for the next 2 years, hopefully. Yes, when you first start, you have to work under supervision of a manager Broker in your first 2 years.
Anyway, what I didn't know is that my license was going to take at least one more month to be issued. Meaning: I can not sell homes or act as a Broker until then. Bummer! So, I've been in training which is fantastic.
Oh, did I mention that this business is about building relationships? You have to know people and more people to be successful. I'm working on that, too.
My plan is to have more posts like this because I want to share what I've been learning. Also share about the business, house market, open houses and staging a home.
It's been a very exciting ride so far, even more excited for what is to come!
Hope you stick with me and thank you for your support.