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Do realestate agents need to be bondable?
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Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between a realestate agent and a realestate broker?
A real estate agent is anyone who has earned a real estate license. A real estate broker is an agent who has also passed their broker license exam. The primary difference between a real estate agent and broker is that a broker can own a real estate firm or hire agents to work for them. Houses for rent in Illinois Chicago.
Asked in Job Applications
Job applications sometimes ask if you are bondable What does this mean?
Asked in Bankruptcy Law
Is a person still bondable after claiming Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
How is an appraisal firm created?
an appraisal firm, is generally a good idea. there will alway be realestate. you need to get a license to practice this profession and the state you live in will have a realestate board that will give you this information. you will then need to market yourself through realestate brokers, agents, etc. this word of mouth will be the best you will find. good luck. P.s. this is a good idea in general b\c most people think up something like a coffee shop or an snowcone stand. your profession will always be here. --- Besides licensing you will also have to meet educational requirements and work as a trainee for a period of time to earn your appraisers license.
Are you bondable in Ontario Canada if you have a conviction for assault?
Asked in Job Interviews, Job Applications
What do they mean when they ask 'Are you bondable' in a job interview or application?
Bondable means you do not have a criminal record, so when asked: "are you bondable?" and you have a clean record, answer "yes." You can also get around this if you've been pardoned for your offense. So you're also bondable if you went through the pardon process and had your record sealed. See related link below:
How do you use math in realestate?
Well you may use math by calculating your collected income from commission you' ve earned. For example, say you sold a $300,000 home. Most realestate agents get paid about 3% of the closing value of the home. So you would do 300,000x.03 and you would get $9,000. But don't foget about taxes, which is always 10%. So 10% of $9,000 is $900. So then subtract 900 from 9000. Then the realestate agent knows that he/she will be getting about $8,100 from selling the home. Hope that helped!!!
Is a person bondable after being convicted with an assault charge?
How does a person become bondable if they are not bondable?
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Is a person bondable after being granted deferred adjudication for misdemeanor theft?
What are good alternative jobs for healthcare agents?
A lot actually and it will have to depend on the location of the agent, his or her experience, the field that he or she would like to try new, the availability of the job, etc. They can choose to have a new career in marketing (sales agents - insurance, realestate, etc.) or they can continue on in the healthcare field (medical transcription, medical biller or medical coder). there are a lot of options in different fields.