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Cressy & Everett Real Estate
Getting Your Hours Cut and Benefits Slashed? Consider Transitioning From Your Retail Job in Saint Joseph to a Career in Real Estate
Is Your Retail Job Not Working for You?
Let's face it. The traditional "job with benefits" is not what is used to be. Even if you don't like your existing customer service job, moving to a new employer often means a repeat of the same problems. Why? It is financially difficult for most companies to cover the cost of traditional employees who require benefits.
It's Going to Get Worse, Not Better
Most experts agree, there will continue to be a decrease in the number of traditional retail jobs. These positions will be replaced by independent contractors who are willing to do the work without the benefits expense to the employer. Is there a way you can benefit from this trend? Learn to be an independent contractor.
"Dipping Your Toe" Into the Real Estate Profession
We've spent a great deal of time and resources studying the core capacities and traits of those who are successful as real estate agents inside our company. We're willing to share this information with you in hope of finding individuals who have a high chance of transitioning from your retail role to a career in real estate.
Is Real Estate Right for You?
Becoming a Real Estate Agent in Saint Joseph
To find out if you have capacities and traits similar to those who flourish in our company, we'd like to give you the opportunity to take the Core Capacity Index (CCI) assessment. It's quick and easy (takes 10 minutes), and you'll get to read and keep your results for your own personal benefit. With this information, we'll be able to help you determine if making a transition to working as a real estate agent in Saint Joseph is right for you.
Me, a Real Estate Agent? You've Got to Be Kidding!
Maybe you've never thought of yourself as a real estate agent. "Is this even a real career?" Every successful new agent initially ponders this question. In fact, very few people set out to be involved in the real estate industry - most discover real estate as a second or third career and then find great success and engagement. Would you experience the same thing if you transitioned from your retail position? Find out now by taking the CCI.