Getting an agent license

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Submitted by fcepstein on April 21, 2008 - 6:17am

Hi All:

I'm new to the SD area, with a passion for the real estate market. Since I've found Piggington's I read it everyday. Great work, truly the best information around. I am an engineer and really think the data analysis I see on Piggington's is right on the mark, and sorely needed in what has been a more or less "non-scientific" industry.

For good or for bad, I am considering joining the fray and getting an agent's license. Does anyone recommend a good school for this? A realted question: what do people think is a good niche for agent's in this type of market. thanks

Submitted by sandiego on April 21, 2008 - 8:38am.

Just follow the example of your fellow Piggingtons' and use the phrases "falling knife", "bubble", "greater fool" and "massive overvaluation".

All of these promote confidence in the buyers and lead to higher sales volume.

Submitted by marion on April 21, 2008 - 8:52am.

Hi, there. I'm sure our realtors on the board will weigh in with information for you shortly. I think it's great you want to get your real estate license. Although I'm in another field, I'll be getting my license as well to do my own transactions and earn additional income as time allows. I'll be what is called a "dabbler" I suppose. :)

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