2. Define your goal-decide what message you are trying to get across to your audience and how.
It’s that time of year again! We just “Fell Behind” and turned our clocks back an hour. We have daylight in the morning but it really gets dark early now. Now is a great time to consider starting your real estate career! With an earlier sunset, it’s a great time to take advantage and start studying for your real estate exam.
Agent Rising Real Estate School has everything you need to help you start your real estate career. We offer online classes for those dark, quiet nights as well as Live Hours to help you fulfill your requirements to sit for your real estate exam.
We also offer Live Two-Day Boot Camps to help you get your hours under your belt quickly and easily. Kate Lanagan MacGregor, co-owner of BOLD Real Estate leads the classes with information, real-life scenarios and guest speakers. She keeps the classes informative and fun. The two ten-hour days pass so quickly.
You still have time to start your course and become a real estate agent by the New Year.
Visit www.agentrising.com for all the information you will need to enroll today or call 508-997-8844 for more information.
You’ve just passed your real estate exam and are ready to start your new career. Here are 5 tips to help you launch.
1. Treat it like a Job. Go to work at 9 am (or whatever your designated “working hours” are) and start your day. Offer to help with what is needed. Dress and act professionally. Act “AS IF”. Sign up for uptime and be available when the phone rings. Start your marketing strategy with daily prospecting calls. Send out your postcards announcing your new profession to the neighborhood. Start handing out your business calls.
2. Follow a training Plan. Whatever your sales training is, do it the way it is laid out for you. Don’t get creative or skip corners. If your company does not provide a training program, use other resources to follow one. Make your car a traveling classroom. Shadow one of the more experienced realtors in the company. Offer to help them at an Open House or showing appointment. It is a great learning experience.
3. Join a Committee at the Board of Realtors. Become embedded in your professional board. Take advantage of what State and National Associations of Realtors has to offer. Treat other Realtors as your A+ customers. Go to events!
4. Volunteer on a Local Level. Become an integral part of your community. Southcoast- Serves (www.south-coast-serves.org) has many volunteer opportunities if you don’t have any favorites. There are many opportunities to help out in your community. Volunteer at school or sporting events. It will help you get noticed. Wear your company swag so people will be aware of your new profession.
5. Become Dedicated and Informed. Work toward certifications, Follow Real Estate News through sources like Inman News, Bloomsberg, and MAR and NAR. Get on their email news flashes.
Please contact us at Agent Rising with any questions you may have. We can help you jump start your career and get you noticed.
www.agentrising .com or call 508-997-8844
What does a scavenger hunt has to do with Agent Rising Real Estate School? Well, if you are instructor, Kate Lanagan MacGregor, a scavenger hunt is a great way to get your students out and about and learning what it takes to be a real estate agent.
Agent Rising offers a two-day Bootcamp. It’s a great strategy to jumpstart your real estate career and get two days worth of Live Hours under your belt. The days include classroom learning, real-life real estate situations, guest speakers from the real estate world, and fun activities. The scavenger hunt is a great opportunity to learn some of the tasks that are important to the real estate transaction, such as visiting local town halls and pulling field cards, plot plans, and deeds and getting familiar with some of your local town employees.
Agent Rising also offers our online courses to complement our LIVE hours. Can’t make our next Bootcamp? Sign up for Live hours with Kate. We provide all the materials and tools you need to sit for and pass your real estate exam.
Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508-997-8844
What are the steps to becoming a licensed real estate agent in Massachusetts?
First off, you must be 18 years old or older.
You are required to take a 40-hour real estate course.
Once you have completed your course and your hours, you will be able to register to take your real estate exam.
Pass the real estate exam and pay $150 for your license. You will be issued your license on the spot.
To become a broker you must also have 3 years work experience as a licensed salesperson and be bonded for $5,000.
Sounds simple? It really is! Agent Rising Real Estate School has all the tools you need to meet these requirements.
We offer Live Hours and Two-day Bootcamps as well as online courses. We will help you totally prepare to sit for and pass the real estate exam. Visit www.agentrising.com or call 508-997-8844 for more information and sign up today. Our next two-day Bootcamp will be Friday, October 4th and Saturday, October 5th at the BOLD Welcome Center in Mattapoisett.
Agent Rising Real Estate School is excited to announce it’s next Live BootCamp Hours. The next LIVE Bootcamp at the BOLD Welcome Center at 145 Fairhaven Rd. in Mattapoisett, will be on Friday, October 4th and Saturday, October 5th from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm on both days.
Kate Lanagan MacGregor is also leading a Lamacchia Group Orientation on Sunday, October 6th from 10:00 am to 12 pm. at the Lamacchia headquarters in Waltham. Then students will have four weeks to do their online hours to be completed by November 1st. The final days will be on Saturday and Sunday November 2nd and 3rd from 9am-7pm. Anyone can take the course as there is no requirement to join Lamacchia Realty after becoming licensed.
What a great opportunity to start your real estate career! Get all the tools you will need to pass your real estate exam and get started on a new path.
Visit www.agentrising.com for more information or call 508-997-8844
You can also visit www.lamacchiarealty.com for more information on the November Bootcamp and to register.
Join us October 4th and 5th for LIVE learning hours with out pre-licensing bootcamp from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm at the BOLD Welcome Center at 145 Fairhaven Road, Mattapoisett. Enroll now and start your independent learning prep!
Join Kate Lanagan MacGregor, owner of Agent Rising, and Marie Greany, Dean of Students, along with some guest speakers. It’s a great opportunity to jump start your real estate career! Sign up now and you could have your real estate license by the holidays. The kids are back in school and now is a great time to get your career in full swing!
Visit www.agentrising.com or call 508-997-8844 TODAY! It’s time to get your dream on!
Hello and Happy Wednesday!
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Thursday Aug 29, 2019 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting
Are you looking to become a real estate agent? Do you need hours to fulfill your license requirement? Kate Lanagan MacGregor is offering Live Hours! Sign up today! Get yourself ready to take your real estate exam.
Click on the link above and sign up today!
Visit www.agentrising.com for more information and to sign up for our online courses or call 508-998-7744
Agent Rising Real Estate School held a two-day intensive Boot Camp on August 16th and 17th at the BOLD Welcome Center in Mattapoisett. It was a great class with about 10 members.
Kate Lanagan MacGregor, co-owner of BOLD Real Estate led the class with some exciting guest speakers.
The day started with a scavenger hunt. The class was broken up into different groups. They were sent to different town halls in the area to obtain their scavenger hunt items. This was a great way to show them the fieldwork that is required when you become a real estate agent.
Attorney Patricia McArdle, co-owner at BOLD Real Estate was on hand to discuss the legal aspects of a real estate transaction,as well as Jasone Arone of Brick Road Mortgage Company to talk about the financial aspects.
This two-day class is a great way to jump start your real estate career. You can get your live hours under your belt and finish online. The class includes all the tools you will need to sit for and pass your real estate exam.
Our next Boot Camp will be in November. Stay tuned for the dates and mark your calendar!
Visit www.agentrising.com for more information to sign up for our classes. You can be a real estate agent by the time the holidays are here! You can also call 508-997-8844
We are almost ready to enter the second half of the year! How is the housing market looking and what do the experts have to say about the fall market?
This year so far has been an improvement for home buyers, especially millennials and first-time home buyers. The rise in housing prices has started to slow and there has been a significant dip in mortgage rates. The year will continue to be a seller’s market, but buyers may find there is less competition and frantic home searching, and more time to consider their options and take a little time when deciding to put an offer in on a home they love.
Millennials will still continue to be a majority of the buying population. Inventory may rise slowly but not fast enough to satisfy all.
Experts predict that prices may still rise slowly but mortgage rates should stay low. Without the pressure of rising interest rates, buyers will face less competition and more time to carefully consider their options.
Of course, some areas will be more beneficial to buyers than others, but the frantic pace seems to be slowing down at the present moment. Good news for every buyer, young or old.
Are you fascinated by the real estate industry? Now is a great time to start your real estate career. The kids are heading back to school. Now is the perfect opportunity to think about your career. You can become a real estate agent by the holidays! We have all the tools you need to sit for and pass the real estate exam.
Visit www.agentrising.com or call 508-997-8844