Thanks for your question and good evening.
There are no formal educational or licensure requirements in Florida to become a leasing agent.There are jobs available in this field here in Florida.You may want to try the online job locators for openings here.
ok. Would it be good if I owned my own Leasing Agent company? Is there a market for this?
You may want to try and locate a job first to gain experience and then start your own company.That way you will have gained experience in the field.
ok thank you for your help that would be a good idea.
You are welcme.There are a lot of jobs in this field.Here is one online service with lots of listings.
ok. I will look into those. Thank you.
Thanks again and good luck on the job search.It may be a good direction for you to try.There is always a rental market since the real estate collapse more renters than ever in Florida.
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Have a good evening.
Thank you. Good night.
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Can I legally switch from being a leasing agent for an apartment complex where they rent apartments within the complex to a real estate company that show different rental homes to clients in Illinois? Can I later get a 2 year degree in leasing agent and get a real estate agent license with a 2 year degree? Is this legal to do from simply having a leasing agent license, then returning to school for a 2 year real estate license in Illinois?
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