Ready for a change in your life? Start the process to become a Commercial Real Estate Sales Professional.

If you want to become a commercial real estate agent, you need to be ready to invest time and money into your education. You must pass state and national licensing exams and work with a broker who can help you get your first clients.

Our commercial agents, the true local-market experts, embody the company’s values of trust, integrity and respect. They stand above the rest for their skill, guidance and service. Join us!

  1. Educate Yourself. Future commercial agents must take pre-licensing courses and meet their state’s requirements. Some states may set the number of hours to complete while others look for college-level course experience. Be sure to examine your state’s requirements.
  2. Choose a Brokerage. Agents must find a broker before graduating who will help them get their first clients. Many of the industry’s finest brokerages compose the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network. These brokers have a top reputation, understand the commercial marketplace and provide ongoing training to ensure their agents are the best.
  3. Obtain Your License. Once graduated, you must pass state and national exams. Typically, a criminal background check is required before the state issues a license.
  4. Build a Client List. Ask family and friends if they or anyone they know is planning to sell or buy or need commercial space in the near future. Networking is a critical part of becoming a successful commercial agent.

Contact a local Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices office for details.