Looking to move into real estate and need advice

I don’t know if this is the right sub, but I’m just looking for some advice about getting into working as an estate agent.

So here’s a basic rundown about me:

26 UK based Generic degree from a Russel Group university 10 years bartending with a few personal awards for cocktail design 6 years in hospitality management, leading teams, training, generic management stuff that I could class as “sales skills”

So I’m done with hospitality. I couldn’t go pro as a bartender and I’m not looking to stay in hospitality. I’ve been recommended to start looking into real estate, as I’ve been told I’ve got a knack for sales in the past. I always upsell drinks at work and the majority of the time it works, but I’m not using any tactics or anything like that.

I’m just wondering how easy it would be to move over into this industry? My main concern is that I don’t drive, which I know is preferred in most cases. I’m looking to get into selling, rather than rentals preferably, as I think I’d be naturally better.

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I don’t know if this is the right sub, but I’m just looking for some advice about getting into working as an estate agent. So here’s a basic rundown about me: 26 UK based Generic degree from a Russel Group university 10 years bartending with a few personal awards for cocktail design 6 years in hospitality management, leading teams, training, generic management stuff that I could class as “sales skills” So I’m done with hospitality. I couldn’t go pro as a bartender and I’m not looking to stay in hospitality. I’ve been recommended to start looking into real estate, as I’ve been told I’ve got a knack for sales in the past. I always upsell drinks at work and the majority of the time it works, but I’m not using any tactics or anything like that. I’m just wondering how easy it would be to move over into this industry? My main concern is that I don’t drive, which I know is preferred in most cases. I’m looking to get into selling, rather than rentals preferably, as I think I’d be naturally better. submitted by /u/slaidfh [link] [comments]

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