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Real-Life Real Estate Agent (Realtor) Job Profiles

Below is a list of links to anonymous job profiles of REAL PEOPLE who have filled out our survey and offered to share their insights with our users about their job in the Real Estate Agent (Realtor) field.
IDJob TitleGenderAgeEarningsCity & StateDate
33955RealtorMale55 $150,000ARLINGTON, VA01/01/2010
33861Real Estate BrokerFemale60 $140,000Coxs Creek, KY01/01/2010
33722Real Estate BrokerFemale45 $75,000new york, NY01/01/2010
33702Real Estate CoordinatorFemale44 $60,000Jackson, MS01/01/2010
33715New Home ConsultantFemale44 $100,000Elk Grove, CA01/01/2010


The job of a real estate agent is a perfect example of how marketing and sales are used on a regular basis. In order to sell a house, a professional real estate agent will take all of the necessary steps to get the home in pristine condition to make it appeal to many potential buyers. So, how is this marketing?

Selling a house is just the same as selling a dress ? you want to look better than your competitors and appeal to your buyers. A house that is taken care of and staged appropriately will do this for potential buyers coming to visit the home. Additionally, realtors often have professional photos taken of the homes they are selling, which will appeal to anyone who checks the listing online. The photos can also be used to create persuasive flyers and other written materials.

Not only do realtors have to make the house appealing to buyers, they also have to think about other real estate agents. If the other agents check out the house and think it looks great, then they are more likely to pass it along to their clients.

Have you ever considered a career as a real estate agent? Would you like to know what realtors have to say about their professions? Check out the career profiles below to read about the real world experiences of realtors and get a better idea if this career path is right for you.

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