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Getting Started

     Well, I am finally able to get started on my career as a Realtor (R), and guess what happens . . .On my first day with a stack of leads on my desk, the army calls telling me I have been called back to active duty.  Two weeks later Im sitting in Fort Huachuca, AZ learning new skills for a new job that I will be performing over seas.  Just my luck, after 5 months of taking classes, studying my butt off, and being precepted at my new job, and on the first day Im working here we go. 

     So now here I am four months later, sitting in Iraq, watching the economy start to pick up, and hearing about how good my associatiates at my work are doing.  Wishing I was back home, with my new wife of six months, and wishing I could be out building my Real Estate career.  On the bright side, I am able to study other agents over the web, see what tactics they are using to bring in clients, and which websites seem to draw the most business.  I have recently signed up with Point2Agent to build my website, seems easy enough.  And now Im working on building my active rain account.  I hear this place can do wonders for my career so here I am giving it a shot. 

     So . . .if anyone out there has any good advice for a new agent that has no history or name in the city that they will be working feel free to contact me.  I will take anything I can at this point.  Hopefully when I get back home I will be able to hit the ground running and be ready to take on the challenges of being a new Realtor (R). 

 

Thanks for listening,

Nicholas Bush, Realtor (R)

Total Auction and Realty LLC.

Nicholas S. Bush

REALTOR®

Keller Williams Realty

Knoxville, TN

865-441-6216

Nicholas@ListingKnoxville.com

www.ListingKnoxville.com

Comment balloon 74 commentsNicholas Bush • May 25 2009 06:47AM
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Well, I am finally able to get started on my career as a Realtor (R), and guess what happens On my first day with a stack of leads on my desk, the army calls telling me I have been called back to active duty. Two weeks later Im sitting in… more