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Real Estate Agent - Set Your Own Schedule


Job Description

A Real Estate Agent advises clients on every facet of the real estate sales and purchasing process. Conducting a real estate transaction can be a confusing and complicated process for clients so they depend on Real Estate Agents to offer them expert advice, act as their advocate during negotiations, and help them complete one of the most significant purchases and sales of their lives. Real Estate is a fun and exciting industry, and we are looking for dynamic and motivated Real Estate Agents to join us in providing clients with the best possible real estate transaction experience.


To be a Real Estate Agent, you must be a self-starter who thrives working independently. You'll need to form positive and trusting relationships with clients and other real estate agents. The success of a real estate transaction largely depends on the Real Estate Agent, so you must be thorough, dependable, and detail-oriented. Furthermore, since you'll be working independently so you'll have control over your schedule and when you choose to work. As such, this role is ideally suited for individuals who are looking for more flexibility.


To practice as a Real Estate Agent, a state-issued license is required. You do not need to hold a license to apply for this position. The licensing process is provided by state-accredited institutions for a fee and involves training and a test. We will help guide you through this process.


Compensation for Real Estate Agents is commission-based. You will find that the more effort you put into making sales and purchases, the more income you will generate for yourself. Real Estate Agents often earn over $100,000 after they've established a loyal client base.


Job Responsibilities

In this role, you will...




  • Assist clients in preparing their home to put on the market


  • Creatively devise marketing strategies to ensure a prompt and profitable home sale


  • Aid clients in the home search process by taking them to home showings and open houses


  • Mediate during sales and purchasing negotiations to advocate for clients' best interests


  • Become an expert in the local real estate market and stay informed on recent home sales


  • Develop marketing materials to advertise your Real Estate Agent services


  • Pursue career development training to keep yourself informed and an expert in your field



As an employer, we will...




  • Offer competitive commission rates


  • Create a supportive and encouraging work environment to help you thrive in your role


  • Give you flexibility to set your own schedule so you can have a work-life balance that meets your needs


  • Provide training resources to help you maximize your career prospects



About Long Realty

The real estate industry is constantly changing and at Long Realty Company, we keep innovating. Throughout our history we have become stronger, smarter and more successful in helping Arizonans reach their real estate goals. Long Realty sales associates are knowledgeable professionals who get results for their clients, time and time again. Long Realty has been successfully helping Arizonans with their real estate needs since 1926. Visit us at longrealty.com/.
Regulatory Notice. To work as a real estate agent (and be qualified for this position) you must have (or obtain) a real estate license. Like getting a driver's license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public.


Industry

Real Estate





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