The Grand Canyon State was the sixth fastest-growing state in 2020. This rapid growth makes it a great place to begin a career in real estate.
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Embarking on a new career as a real estate agent can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking endeavor. It helps to understand all the required steps ahead of time. To become a real estate agent in Arizona, prospective applicants should be 18 years of age. In addition, there are several other requirements for getting an Arizona real estate salesperson license.
A career in real estate can be incredibly rewarding. If the opportunity to create a flexible schedule, grow your career on your own schedule, and help people find the perfect property sounds appealing, then real estate might be the right job for you. In the following sections, we'll cover the requirements to become a real estate agent in Arizona, then show you how getting certified as a Realtor by the National Association of Realtors Arizona can help you on your path to success.
Have you been thinking about a career as a real estate agent in Arizona? The state is home to some of the fastest-growing cities in the country. That growth comes from affordable housing, stunning terrain, good schools, and a strong job market. Top industries are bioscience, healthcare, and financial services — careers that tend to be high-earning and stable. This fact also makes Arizona good for real estate agents. Before we get into how much real estate agents make in Arizona, let’s start with how real estate agents get paid.
Have you worked for several years as a real estate agent? If so, you may be ready to take the next step in your career and become a real estate broker. This guide gives the information you need to prepare for and pursue a career as a real estate broker in Arizona, including the requirements and links to training to prepare you for your exciting new career.