Become real estate agent with RealtyUSA by completing an interview with a branch manager, obtaining a real estate license, completing the RealtyUSA professional development course and applying to the board of Realtors. Applicants must also sign an independent contractor agreement and obtain errors and omissions insurance.
You must attend an interview with RealtyUSA before beginning the training to become a real estate agent. The required training in New York is the NYS 75-Hour Qualifying Course, for example. A list of approved schools is available from the company. After completing the course, you must pass the New York state licensing examination or the equivalent for your state.
You can return your real estate application and notice that you passed the exam to the broker who submits the form to the state. Your license is then returned to the broker and you receive a pocket card recognizing your status. All agents must also attend the free RealtyUSA professional development sales course. Topics covered in the course include computer training, mortgage qualifying, business plans and marketing and contract negotiation.
After you receive your real estate license, apply to the Board of Realtors within 30 days and complete a board orientation course. You can then sign an independent contractor agreement with RealtyUSA and obtain malpractice insurance, also called errors and omissions insurance. The final step to working with RealtyUSA is to review, and agree to comply with, the company's anti-discrimination policies and procedures.