Why Real Estate Agents Must Need a Title

Why Real Estate Agents Must Need a Title

Maybe real estate is so easy to enter because the work is difficult once they start. However, the class required to take the exam does not help people understand how to deal with real estate transactions, sales techniques, negotiations, how to show the house, and more.

A College Credit Class

When agents first look for offices, they are usually promised further education. However, they rarely accept it. Most classes are seminars and conventions where agents pay handsomely to get whatever money they take until the next commission. For new agents, there is usually not enough money in their savings to pay a $ 300 short sale class that offers a “certificate” that is nothing more than a printed “feeling” done “feeling paper. Why not make it a college credit class?

New agents were shown around the office, introduced to people, then led to their desks to find out for themselves. They really don’t know anything unless they have a mentor who takes them under their wing, but that rarely happens.

There are times when the real estate market gets good and at that point, flocks of people get their real estate license and get into the business. Any mid-sized office can hold meetings just for the new people because the new agents are always coming aboard. The part-time agents go home and are rarely even seen, other than at the occasional “mandatory” meeting.

Hobby Career

Many of the part-time agents that are new just want to make a little extra money. It sounds like a really nice hobby if it didn’t involve contracts ranging in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Besides that obvious fact, their hobby career has two other flaws: The first is that they almost never know what they’re doing because they don’t actually practice selling real …

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The Premise of Continuing Education

The Premise of Continuing Education

Most individuals in society seek further education to increase their economic level in a capitalistic society, to lead a better life, but not only education in colleges, universities, and the whole education system will make it happen. It is very important for us to understand that it all depends on ideology, I know individuals who spend years to continue their education but are not successful because of their ideology.

A Liberal Point Of View

Let me explain it in easier terms, in 98.9% of Educational Institutions in the Country are taught from a Liberal point of view, if you come from a conservative background with broad educational credentials, your chances of working in this Institute are almost non-existent. This same scenario applies in the corporate playing field, have you ever heard the term “This is not what you know, but who you know” is where Ideology determines whether discrimination is applied.

A Low Education System Is A Failure

Have you ever wondered why a low education system is a failure, lack of education as a planned indoctrination, students who have graduated in the last forty years cannot read, write or do arithmetic, if the elite are part of this group, it will not continue. Most parents will be surprised by what their children are learning in the current education system, there is no movement to change these practices because what is advantageous is they don’t want to change, like slave owners in the country’s early history.

Let’s look at the State-run education system a little more closely, what we find is that bureaucratic entities are more concerned with their salaries & benefits than student education, I remember. A story that appeared in the news a few years ago about a supervisory school in the Antelope Valley. This story requires a …

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Educational Aid - Battle of Uphill for Many Americans

Educational Aid – Battle of Uphill for Many Americans

Unless you are very lucky, you might find it difficult to survive at such a time only with a high school diploma. This is the reason why further education is a necessity today. With the passage of time, competition in every field is very fierce, and if you are not the best in what you do, you may become a victim, losing the race to survive from the best.

However, higher education cannot be reached by everyone because of rising tuition and high living costs. Also, the financial assistance available to students is only limited so not everyone benefits from covering their tuition fees. As a result, many students are forced to take loans to fund their tertiary education. According to statistics more than half of students who apply to college must take out loans because they cannot afford the opposite fees.

The disadvantage of loans is that the interest rates on these loans increase over time. Even the worst, it rises quickly when the economy deteriorates. When students graduate from college, they not only have to struggle for work but also deal with loans that have accumulated during their college years.

This is the reason why a large number of students do not continue their tertiary education, even if they excel in their secondary school. Higher education is very important, but not everyone has the privilege of achieving it. Sometimes, even the families of students do not encourage them to join the institution because their financial condition is not in good condition.

Many steps have been taken to provide tertiary education for every high school graduate in the US, and the latest is the effort being made by current US president Barack Obama. Under the scheme that he will introduce, there will be an increase in the number of …

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Education 2009 - The Importance of Integrating Business With Higher Education

Education 2009 – The Importance of Integrating Business With Higher Education

The recession has had a significant impact on higher education in the UK, and has subsequently caused many to speak out about how degree courses are funded, and how much they are worth to both students and the economy as a whole. Specifically, the reason many are looking at the higher education system with a more critical eye is because of the sudden hike in enrollment numbers as many older people are applying for university courses to improve their employability, at the same time as many institutions suffer cutbacks in order to save on funds.

This sudden saturation of the education system (and the decline in jobs available for those who leave it) has caused the latest report by the Confederation of British Industry to call for both students and businesses to invest more in higher education. For the former this means higher interest rates, fees, and fewer grants to go round, whilst businesses themselves are being urged to integrate completely with institutions to ease the financial burden suffered recession-hit universities.

Unsurprisingly, many students will find the proposals hard to accept – and accusations that they are ‘offensive’ and ‘retrograde’ have already been heard. But whether or not the integration of business and higher education is embraced by the UK government, institutions and companies – individuals considering a further education course should not be put of by the notion that business may have a more significant implication on their studies. And that it does not necessarily mean that they will have to pay more.

The benefits of home study courses are worth a mention here, and are relevant not because they are controlled by private funding any more than traditional courses are – but because they can aid students in ways that the CBI are proposing better integration between institutions …

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