McColly Real Estate understands that navigating the complex world of real estate can be overwhelming, especially for those who are new to the industry. Recognizing the importance of education, McColly Real Estate offers pre-licensing and continuing education courses through their McColly School of Real Estate. However, they also wanted to create a safe space for individuals to gain knowledge and ask questions before committing to a course. That’s why they initiated career seminars, which serve as virtual meetings held on Zoom.
These career seminars, designed to provide guidance and support, are open to the public and typically last between 30 to 45 minutes. They are held multiple times a month, offering flexibility for attendees. Heather McColly, the Director of Career Development and New Homes Division, explains that the seminars cover the essential steps involved in becoming a licensed real estate broker, from the pre-licensing course to the state and national exams, license application, local board and MLS membership, and finding a real estate brokerage to affiliate with.
To further enrich the seminars, McColly Real Estate occasionally invites staff members from various departments, including marketing and branch management, as well as the company president, to offer their insights and respond to questions. This ensures that attendees receive a comprehensive understanding of the real estate industry and gain valuable advice from experts who have extensive experience in the field.
As a family-owned and locally operated business with over 45 years of industry presence, McColly Real Estate aims to provide support to aspiring real estate professionals in the communities they call home.
To learn more about McColly Real Estate and to sign up for an upcoming career seminar, please visit mccollycareer.com.
– Realtor: A real estate professional who is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and adheres to its strict code of ethics.
– Pre-licensing course: A course that aspiring real estate agents must complete to meet the educational requirements necessary to obtain a real estate license.
– MLS membership: Membership in a Multiple Listing Service, which allows real estate professionals to access and share property information.
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