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Start your real estate career off right.

You’ve just passed your licensing exam — now it’s time to get to pick a brokerage and get to work. At Baird & Warner, we make starting your career easier with training and support that truly sets you up to run your business, not to mention managers who don’t sell that are there solely to support you and a company culture that empowers you to succeed.

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Learn how to run your business with BW Achieve.

Pre-licensing classes will teach you some of what you need to know about real estate, but being a real estate agent is about being an entrepreneur and running your own business. BW Achieve is a six day program that will teach you how to generate leads, write a business plan, build relationships and other fundamentals of a successful real estate career. Learn how to develop and drive your business from successful instructors that have actually done it themselves. 

Training and mentoring, simplified. Learn how to build your business.

Choose a brokerage to work with.

Once you complete the prelicensing course and pass your exam, you’ll need to choose a sponsoring real estate brokerage in order to get your license. Your future depends on you finding a place that cares about you and provides the mentoring you need to get off to a great start. At Baird & Warner, full-time, nonselling managers in each office are committed to helping you gain hands-on experience in every facet of buying and selling real estate. In a business that’s highly competitive, we work together.

Five questions to ask in your interview.

In your search for a sponsoring brokerage, you might meet with more than one real estate company.
Our advice? Ask questions and try to get a feel for their culture.

1.

How would I be trained or coached? 
Is there training throughout my career? Is there a fee?

2.

What is your office culture like?
Do agents collaborate with each other?

3.

Are there expenses I can plan for?
How much can I expect to earn my first year?

4.

What type of marketing, tools and other resources can I count on to help me succeed?

5.

Will I have to pay extra for basic business tools I’ll need to be successful?
(flyers, brochures, agent website?)