Mina Vatankhah |Iranian / Persian real estate agents in Dallas, Texas
She is a licensed real estate service provider in Dallas, Texas. The license was issued to Mina Vatankhah by TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission). TREC requires that all real estate brokers and sales agents meet and maintain specified levels of education to hold a license to act as a real estate agent. Agents are required to follow the provisions of The Real Estate License Act and the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission in all transactions and to deal with the public in a competent and honest manner. (Iranian Realtor in Texas)
Geri Lavrov/Getty Images A REALTOR® is a licensed real estate salesperson who belongs to the National Association of REALTORS®, the largest trade group in the country. Every agent is not a REALTOR®, but most are. If you’re unsure, you can ask your agent if they’re a licensed REALTOR®. REALTORS® are held to a higher ethical standard than licensed agents and must adhere to a Code of Ethics. Some REALTORS® are brokers, while some are agents. Unfortunately, people use the term interchangeably: there are some differences.
Brokers are usually managers. They run an agency and have agents working under them as salespeople. They might own a real estate brokerage or manage a franchise operation. They must take additional courses and pay additional fees to maintain their state-issued broker license. An agent, on the other hand, is a salesperson selling on behalf of the broker.
Persian real estate agents in Dallas, Texas
Agents are also state licensed and must pass a written test before legally acting as a real estate agent. Each state has its own licensing laws and standards. Some states—like Illinois—have eliminated the real estate salesperson license and mandate all agents take additional coursework and pass another test to become brokers. They are broker associates still selling under a managing broker. The Typical REALTOR® There is a stereotype of the typical REALTOR® that must be dispelled: the stereotypical agent works a few hours a day and makes millions of dollars a year. Reality TV shows perpetuate this myth. On television, buyers find the perfect house after visiting just three homes—and write an offer that is accepted immediately. The next thing you know, they’re moving in! Find more information in https://www.realtor.com/