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Q&A: I cant afford a four year degree in Real Estate or Finance, but to get into property managment I read you have?

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Question by 2 CURIOUS: I cant afford a four year degree in Real Estate or Finance, but to get into property managment I read you have?
to have a four year degree in real estate, finance, business managment, accounting, or liberal arts. I really want to get experience in real estate, but people usually get hired if they have a bachelors or masters degree. I really want to do this and I got a ton of books from the library Im going to read. Is there a way to get experience so I can get into property managment without a formal education? Any advice or suggestions would be much appreciated.

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Answer by Rick B
You don’t need a four-year degree to do real estate. You can take your realtor classes at a real estate school.

I did it online and it took about 6 months. Then I took the exam and passed.

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  • jbelinski

    To be a property manager in Florida you have to be a licensed Realtor. We only have to be high school graduates, and you can take the class online!

    It does cost several hundred dollars, though, by the time you take the class and the test and pay all the dues.

    Trust me, no Realtor needs a college degree! If you sell, you get paid. That’s about it.

  • schwildcat1977

    You do not need a degree or any formal education for real estate or property management. It is usually a 60 – 90 hr course and you should be able to do it all online.

    You do not say what state your in and that makes a big difference. Contact your states real estate agency and they will tell you what is required and if you can do it online or not.

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