As someone with an already established career path, what doors are opened by becoming a licensed broker?

I’m interested in RE mainly as a future investor (still in college), but I’ve been weighing my options deciding if it would be worth getting licensed. Obviously brokers have an advantage being able to see the most up-to-date listing via MLS. This alone would not be worth getting licensed for me. Are there other implications when it comes to buying/selling RE , i.e. being able to represent yourself as an agent? Tax breaks? Thanks!

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I’m interested in RE mainly as a future investor (still in college), but I’ve been weighing my options deciding if it would be worth getting licensed. Obviously brokers have an advantage being able to see the most up-to-date listing via MLS. This alone would not be worth getting licensed for me. Are there other implications when it comes to buying/selling RE , i.e. being able to represent yourself as an agent? Tax breaks? Thanks! submitted by /u/0IS [link] [comments]

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