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5 Common Misconceptions of Newbie Agents

Real estate is a “get rich quickly” career. “Being a real estate agent means you are putting the needs of your clients ahead of your own needs, and this means your income needs as well,” says Michelle Ames with HorsePower Team Texas/Independent Realty.

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