Are you looking to change your life and move in an exciting new direction? Tired of feeling like what you do is not making a difference and that you’re just another cog in the wheel?
Whether you have a passion for property or are motivated to help others, becoming a buyer’s agent (also known as a buyer’s advocate) presents real opportunities for personal growth, fulfillment and success.
Prior experience in the property industry is not required and your age, employment history, level of education are not barriers to success. Making the change into a career in property buying is entirely within your reach.
Here’s how you can transition into a full time or part time career as a buyer’s agent.
Start with learning
The Buyer’s Agent Institute specialises in providing individuals like yourself with the skills and training needed to become a successful buyer’s agent.
Through cutting edge systems, practical content and a powerful support network, students are given the tools needed to design their own path to success.
The team at the Buyer’s Agent Institute will work closely with you to understand your goals and objectives and to help you shape the future that you want.
All content is delivered online so whether you’re located in Australia or internationally, you can complete the course from anywhere. Even by the pool, if it takes your fancy.
You may still be working or busy parenting children, so you can learn at your own pace to ensure that you have the time to focus on everything going on in your life that you need to.
Ben Handler, the founder of the Buyer’s Agent Institute, transitioned himself into a career in property buying and successfully built a multi-million dollar buyer’s agent business employing over 30 staff.
Everything he teaches is borne from his own experience and in-depth knowledge of the industry.
If you want to build a high impact business that thrives, then this is the opportunity for you.
Once you’ve completed training, you’ll need to register for and hold a license to legally operate as a buyer’s agent.
In Australia, each state has its own laws and licensing requirements and you’ll need to hold a license for the state in which you plan to buy property in.
There are generally two types of licenses available and the terminology for each will differ from state to state:
Individual agent registration
This registration is suitable for employees
Full license registration
This is suitable for agent principals and senior employees.
Gain valuable experience
While completing training is going to set the foundation for success for your career as a buyer’s agent, it’s your experience working out in the marketplace which is going to shape and solidify these learnings.
As you start to build a successful buyer’s agent business, securing more and more clients, you’ll face real world challenges where you will need to apply your skills to achieve favourable outcomes. And with the right training, you will.
As you buy more properties, you’ll be building more industry relationships and gaining valuable knowledge only attained by working out in the trenches. If you’re let down by a real estate agent who over-promised and under-delivered, you’ll be sure to think twice before working with them again.
You can’t put a price on experience, but at the same time, you need to start somewhere, so don’t let this hold you back from getting started.
Stay passionate and committed
Just because you complete training and get licensed as a buyer’s agent, doesn’t guarantee you success. You’re going to need to be prepared to put in the work needed to get results.
Having a hunger to learn and a drive to initiate change will be critical in helping you stand out amongst the crowd.
This is your opportunity to live and breathe property and make the dreams of others a reality.
Rest assured, the Buyer’s Agent Institute will work closely with you to understand what motivates you, whether it’s making money or helping others, to leverage this as a driving force for your success.
Become a Buyer’s Agent
What are you waiting for? Start your new career as a buyer’s agent today. Get in touch with the Buyer’s Agent Institute to find out more about initiating your new career in property.
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