They Call Me Mr Agent

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licenseGood news, Good news!  I took the real estate license test last night and I….

PASSED!

I went into the test feeling a bit nervous cause I never really studied after finishing the class last week.  I brushed up on a few laws and definitions, but that was about it.   The test was a bit of a challenge, there were quite a few questions on topics we barely went over in the class like Project Management.  The testing providers are a master at making a simple question difficult that is for sure.

Next step is to contact Exit Realty Gold and see if they are still interested in having me aboard.  I will let you know how that goes in the next few days.

-Scott Costello, Licensed Real Estate Agent!

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    1. Thanks REO Agent for the suggestions. REO’s in my area are few and far between or they get purchased so quickly they barely hit the MLS. Hopefully with my license I’ll be able to find them and the REO agents in my area and get a few for myself. Short Sales are around that is for sure but I’m not interested in that sort of acquisition strategy at the moment.

      The purpose of getting my license is to be able to gain access to the MLS for research, constant monitoring of my local area, making my own offers, controlling 3% of the commission and basically not to have to depend on another agent for comps, offers and getting into houses. Oh and I’ll also be able to make referral fees if I’m able to refer clients to agents if a lead wants to list their house.

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      Thanks REO Agent for the suggestions. REO’s in my area are few and far between or they get purchased so quickly they barely hit the MLS. Hopefully with my license I’ll be able to find them and the REO agents in my area and get a few for myself. Short Sales are around that is for sure but I’m not interested in that sort of acquisition strategy at the moment.

      The purpose of getting my license is to be able to gain access to the MLS for research, constant monitoring of my local area, making my own offers, controlling 3% of the commission and basically not to have to depend on another agent for comps, offers and getting into houses. Oh and I’ll also be able to make referral fees if I’m able to refer clients to agents if a lead wants to list their house.

  1. Wow, nice job!!! It’s awesome to be all set, right??

    Dude, your website is ritzy! I missed all this while away 🙂 It looks terrific, keep up the excellent work!

    1. Thanks Alison, it feels great to have my license now. I’ve got to find a broker, get finger printed and then I’ll be off and running.

  2. Wow, nice job!!! It’s awesome to be all set, right??

    Dude, your website is ritzy! I missed all this while away 🙂 It looks terrific, keep up the excellent work!

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  3. ARGHHHHHH!!! How did I miss this???!!! YAY!! Congrats!!! Woo Hoo! No study? You are a wiz kid eh? You will be off and running. Isn’t it ridiculous what they charge for fingerprinting? I found a place locally that charges $15. But then $50 to submit them for background check. I had to go through all of that for notary public….no biggie but I think too expensive.

    Way to go big time Licensed Real Estate Agent Professional person you!! Big things ahead!
    .-= Kelly´s last blog ..Back from Vegas =-.

    1. Thank Kelly! I think I’m going to sign all my posts “Big Time Licensed Real Estate Agent Professional Person” from now on. hahaha 🙂

  4. ARGHHHHHH!!! How did I miss this???!!! YAY!! Congrats!!! Woo Hoo! No study? You are a wiz kid eh? You will be off and running. Isn’t it ridiculous what they charge for fingerprinting? I found a place locally that charges $15. But then $50 to submit them for background check. I had to go through all of that for notary public….no biggie but I think too expensive.

    Way to go big time Licensed Real Estate Agent Professional person you!! Big things ahead!
    .-= Kelly´s last blog ..Back from Vegas =-.

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