I lived in Missouri and I'm wondering if I have to work for a broker once I get my RE license? I want to get my license for investment purposes (I know I don't need one, but I want one for access to more information), but I don't want to have to work for a broker.
Thanks Jennifer, I appreciate it.
You don't have to "work for a broker" but you do need a broker to hang your license with, train you (taking and passing the test does little to train you in the actual application of being a successful agent), and provide errors and omissions insurance.
You can also look to the new e-broker type businesses. Whether this is a wise step to take if you want to be an agent, I have no clue, but it seems like a cheap way to hang your license and get access to the mls.
Good question! In my current role at my 9-5 job, I can't hold an active license but this will be good info for me to keep in the back of my mind for down the road. I definitely will be following this thread.