Apartment Rental Agent

Income potential -- Straight commission + bonuses. Our full time agents mostly make between $50-100K/yr, and yes some are in the 6 figures. You get out what you put in.
Freedom -- Within reasonable parameters you set your own schedule, thought in the busy season, which is March - August, most agents work at least 6 days a week because there is so much money on the table. You get to be out and about a lot. Every agent gets their own desk (and no desk fees!) but this is not a "desk-job."
Variety -- You will post online ads, go out on showings, qualify leads, preview and photograph apartments, negotiate deals, and process lease paperwork. Good agents connect with their customers and build a referral base with renters and landlords -- and also make a lot of money!
Cool co-workers -- We come from all walks, and we all get along. Even throw a decent party every now and then.
A stepping stone -- Past agents have gone to B School, law school, become landlords, bought homes, saved money for dream travel. This is not a dead end proposition.
Here's what you will need:
A car
A cell phone
A real estate license -- if you don't have one the class takes 4 days, and if you are the right person we will pay for it
Our experienced managers will train you, and by April you will likely be bringing in $8-12K/month through August. Income Sept - February is not as high, but you can still make a living. But in the busy season, boy is it busy . . . and it will be here before the snow melts!

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