People also ask
How do I become a realtor?
1 Take a real estate pre-licensing course 2 Take the real estate licensing exam 3 Activate your real estate license 4 Consider becoming a Realtor 5 Join a brokerage
What degree do I need to be a real estate attorney?
Being a Real Estate Attorney requires a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Requires admittance to a state bar. Additionally, Real Estate Attorney typically reports to the top legal executive/general counsel.
How do I get Started in real estate law?
Get a first job. Even if real estate law is your dream, you need to start with a first job to gain legal experience (and pay the bills). Ideally, you could work for a general business lawyer, who may do real estate work as one part of his or her practice.
How much does a real estate attorney make a year?
The average salary range for a Real Estate Attorney is from $134,181 to $170,487. The salary will change depending on your location, job level, experience, education, and skills.