Changing Run Way? Become a Real Estate Agent?
With the fast-changing environment, after working in a profession for some time, you might feel that this might not be the right Career you are pursuing. It could be a good time for you to revaluated what you want. If you are considering joining the Real Estate Industry, these blogs might give you some pointers.
How to Become a Real Estate Agent in Singapore?
You can commonly see Property agents' recruitment advertisements on social media and in newspapers every day. Now you also see an advertisement on Google, Facebook, Instagram, etc.. all the digital media platforms.
Leaders of each agency are marketing themselves on all these platforms. Showing all their portfolios, and their results to catch your attention so you can join them.
I am a District Director in Huttons Asia Pte Ltd, same as other Leaders in all the Agencies, I am expanding my team. If you are keen, welcome you to give me a call or WhatsApp at 94896105, we can sit down over a cup of coffee and find out how I can assist you.
Well, is it once you join us, you will become a Property Agent immediately?
It isn't that simple. Let's go into more detail.
Is it easy to be a Real Estate Agent?
Obtaining a real estate license is not that simple in Singapore.
To become a Property Agent, first, you must have obtained the minimum Academy qualification.
Requirements To Become A Real Estate Salesperson (RES):
- You must be at least 21 years old
- Singaporean or Permanent Resident
- Minimum of 4 GCE ‘O’ level passes or equivalent (WPLN)
- Fulfills CEA fit and proper criteria
What is the cost of the real estate course and the fees for the exam?
There are several costs involved before you obtain your Real Estate Sales person (RES) license and an identification tag.
1. Real Estate Agent Course ( Real Estate Salesperson (RES)) course:
The Course fee generally runs in the range of S$700 – S$900, it all depends on various RES course providers. ( A list of course providers will be listed later in this article)
- You can enjoy a UTAP subsidy of up to S$250 for the RES course if you are an NTUC member.
- A SkillsFuture credit of up to S$500 can be utilized for Singaporean and Permanent Residents.