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Old 05-08-2015, 01:32 PM
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Default What can i learn?

Hi everybody,
Im new here and im already out and about searching for advice. im just wondering if theres anything i could pre-learn to educate myself on certain matters regarding sales or letting negotiations? Certain laws and legislation that an everyday estate agent would use in their day to day dealings? Particular skills that can be used to make the job more efficient? Anything is welcomed as i looking to adapt myself to the role.

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Old 16-09-2015, 11:18 AM
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Why not do a google search for relevant books?
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Old 06-11-2016, 10:32 AM
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I second the advice of andy, there are a lot of stuff online which could give you better study on your required topic than a short comment from anyone.
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If you are ready to learn, you can find a mammoth of informational blogs and e-books in the internet. First of all decide your field of interest and then surf on the internet to learn new information.
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There is so much information online these days you could easily start your search there. You'll find lots of discussion on forums and such too that can give you hands on experience with certain things.

YouTube is also taking off in the DIY space so there is usually a good summary of most topics on there although might be short of what you are looking for.
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