To become a real-estate developer, obtain a business degree, attain a real-estate license, get a job, build relationships with others in the real-estate field, seek financing, then start investing money into real-estate ... More »

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To become a developer, a person needs to obtain a degree in finance, urban development or construction management. Developers also need to obtain a real estate license in their respective states. More »

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A property developer is a professional in the sector of property development, also known as real estate development. The responsibilities of a property developer are numerous and may vary from one job to another. More »

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As of 2014, Michigan requires applicants for a real-estate license to complete 40 hours of classroom training on real-estate topics, submit a license application and pass a licensing exam that tests the applicant's knowl... More »

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Real-estate brokers and sales agents must earn a state-issued real-estate license to work in the real-estate industry. In most states, brokers must work as sales agents for at least one year before applying for a broker'... More »

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The Baron Real Estate Fund and the Fidelity Series Real Estate Equity Fund are two of the top performing real-estate mutual funds as of 2015, according to U.S. News & World Report. The publication ranked 74 funds based o... More »

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A real-estate trust is an investment that uses the pooled capital of several investors to purchase and manage mortgage loans and commercial real estate properties. Real-estate trusts generate returns through revenue from... More »

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