Question: I currently have an Inactive real estate license in Georgia and work in a whole other industry full-time. I saw your program and was curious. What can I do with this license?
Asked by: David Miller
Expert Reply: Hi David, if you have a real estate license in Georgia that is current but is inactive, you cannot legally collect a real estate commission. Inactive means that you are in good standing with your license, it’s just that you are not active under a real estate company. Our company Park Place Realty Network is ideal for your situation. You can place your license with our company as we are active in Georgia in which you would then have an active real estate license and can now collect real estate commissions. Whenever you know of someone looking to buy or sell any type of real estate worldwide, we would refer that person to a top agent who would handle the entire sale for you. You would then make a high portion of the total commission as a referral fee once that transaction closes. Go to our website www.ParkPlaceNetwork.com to get more details.
If you are wanting to sell full-time, your best bet is to join your local board of Realtors and the MLS associations and working with a local brokerage. I hope this answers your questions, if you have any additional questions, please let me know.