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#459967 - 12/01/17 03:04 PM Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper?
RE Student Offline
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Registered: 12/01/17
Posts: 4
Loc: San Jose, CA
Hi there everyone!
I'm currently enrolled in three real estate courses that are required in order to take the real estate licensee examination.
One of the classes (Real Estate Principles) requires that we ask people in the real estate profession some interview style questions pertaining to the industry and why they chose to get into it.
So anyone who is a Real Estate Agent, Broker, Mortgage Banker, Mortgage Broker, Appraiser, Property Manager, etc.
And it would be awesome if each of the answers was at least a paragraph long (approx. 5-6 sentences) and explains in detail your experience with the industry. The more info. the better.

The questions are:
1. How did you end up in the real estate business?
2. How did you end up in your particular position in the real estate business?
3. What do you like about your job in the real estate business?
4. What do you not like about your job in the real estate business?
5. What do you like about the real estate business generally?
6. What do you not like about the real estate business generally?
7. What prior education/training prepared you for your current position?
8. How has the real estate industry changed since you became a real estate professional?
9. What changes/challenges do you see in the future for the real estate industry and the real estate professional?
10. What advice would you give to someone considering a career in real estate?
11. How did you develop business for yourself when you were first starting out?
12* Tell me anything else you find interesting about the Real Estate industry or your personal experiences with the industry.

Thanks in advance to anyone willing to take time out of their day/schedule to answer these questions. It's much appreciated, and your answers will be put to good use.


Edited by RE Student (12/02/17 12:40 AM)

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#459969 - 12/01/17 03:41 PM Re: Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper? [Re: RE Student]
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Registered: 04/12/08
Posts: 7743
Loc: Vermont's North-East Kingdom
Originally Posted By: RE Student
". . . the only requirement I ask for is that anyone answering be licensed and practicing in California . . ."

I'm so glad you added this caveat; so now I don't feel like I'm withholding the tome I was preparing to unleash.

You may want to scan prior submissions by California Licensees over the past decade and see if you can use some of that material . . . . regardless of whether they're still practicing or not.

As hard as it may be to believe, some of those with the highest expectations fell by the wayside long before that had to pay for a License Renewal !
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#459970 - 12/01/17 03:49 PM Re: Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper? [Re: Vermont]
RE Student Offline
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Registered: 12/01/17
Posts: 4
Loc: San Jose, CA
I actually just went and reviewed the assignment rules, and there is no stipulation regarding interviewees being in California or being licensed, so please feel free to answer the questions. I'd love to hear more from you!
Thank you smile

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#459971 - 12/01/17 06:37 PM Re: Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper? [Re: RE Student]
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Registered: 12/01/17
Posts: 4
Loc: San Jose, CA
BUMP!

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#459977 - 12/02/17 08:08 AM Re: Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper? [Re: RE Student]
Long Walk Offline
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Registered: 06/27/08
Posts: 152
Loc: New Hampshire
I'm sure you can find everything you need by using the search feature or reading through old threads. It is pretty unlikely, in my mind, that anyone is going to write out 12 paragraphs for you. That is, unless people get to know you. Maybe you should post for awhile and let us see if we want to make that investment.

A good first step in that direction would be to stop impatiently posting 'Bump!'. That makes me think that you don't really respect us or our experience. Give us a reason to help you(that is professional) and somebody may help out.

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#459981 - 12/02/17 04:01 PM Re: Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper? [Re: Long Walk]
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Registered: 12/01/17
Posts: 4
Loc: San Jose, CA
Bumping is ridiculous to you? Are you unfamiliar with how threads work? Perhaps because your scope of the world is so small from working in real estate for too long, that you've forgotten that things exist outside this forum and no one really gives that much of a [censored] about you.
Respect you? I don't know you, and quite honestly I don't give a rats [censored] about you or your [censored] opinion. Why did you feel like you needed to comment on this post just to inform me that "bumping" is rude? Genuinely? Are you that deprived of attention, that you feel it necessary to force your disgusting presence onto others.
For future reference, I don't give a [censored] about your answers. The fact that you actually took the time just to try to write a belittling comment on my thread, shows me exactly the type of person you are.
Honestly, as a real estate professional (apparently) your callous, attitude really can't be getting you very good business, huh/ Maybe that's why you have so much time for forums, right?
[censored] off. And report me if you need to wanker. Clearly this forum is full of twats.

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#459982 - 12/02/17 05:52 PM Re: Anyone (licensed) willing to answer Interview Style Questions for Paper? [Re: RE Student]
Long Walk Offline
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Registered: 06/27/08
Posts: 152
Loc: New Hampshire
Nice post.

Thanks for letting us get to know you.

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