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What Do I Do After I Get A Real Estate License?

Pamela Madore
Pamela Madore Group
Keller Williams Realty
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What Do I Do After I Get A Real Estate License?




So now you have taken all of the classes, passed the test,  been sponsored by a Broker and you are ready to rock and roll!  This is when that blank stare and panic sets in.  What do I do next?

Lucky for you, I can help you with that.  Keller Williams Realty has all of the models, systems and tools to teach you what to do.

That includes:

  • How to set up your database
  • How to launch your website
  • How to gain access to all of Keller Williams technology
  • How to get up your goals
  • How to put together your business plan
  • How to build a successful business
  • How to participate in Profit Share
  • How to find people to talk to
  • How to list a house
  • How to sell a house
  • How to write a contract
  • How to be sure your paperwork is in compliance with law
  • How to negotiate a contract
  • How to set up a closing
  • How to go to a closing
And how to GET PAID.

At Keller Williams Realty we offer so much more in the way of resources to get you started---and to continue to help you move to Mastery in every aspect of your business.  

Recently,  I had someone that was at Keller Williams leave and go to another real estate agency.  Within 6 months she was back.  When asked why and what happened, her answer was that -- you don't realize how much Keller Williams has to offer in training and resources until you don't have them anymore.

So in answer to the question "What Do I Do After I Get A Real Estate License?", the answer is come see me.  

As a matter of fact, if you haven't gotten your license yet and are wondering about that, too, contact me first and I will walk  you through that process, too!

Either way---let me hear from you!

Pamela Madore
Pamela Madore Group
Keller Williams Realty
3955 S. Soncy
Amarillo, TX 79119
806-290-1920

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