Sal Taddeo – How to Get a Real Estate License

Sal Taddeo is a hard-working business professional that not only owns several companies, but also is licensed in New Jersey as a realtor. Becoming a realtor is not simply a matter of paying for a license. It is a complicated process that differs from state to state. The eligibility requirements usually involve factors like age, education, and residency. Though requirements differ from state to state, all states do require a pre-licensing education, as well as a passing score on a state-issued exam. There are also usually application fees that vary for each state, as well as renewal requirements.

For those seeking a real estate license, it is a good idea to start by learning the requirements in your state. Once you know and meet these requirements, the next step is to complete your pre-licensing education. This means that you have to choose an accredited school within your state. It is important the school is accredited, or it may not be able to issue you a legally binding license. Once you enroll in the proper school, you must prepare for the final state exam. Once you have passed the exam, you must apply for your real estate license and pay any application fees that may apply.

As a determined individual, Sal Taddeo went through the many different steps in order to receive his real estate license in New Jersey. He is a passionate businessman with a strong work-ethic. In the future he only hopes to continue his growth and expand his knowledge in the real estate world. As the leader of Sallee Figs, he can be reached at salleefigs@gmail.com.

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About Sal Taddeo

Sal Taddeo grew up in Brooklyn, New York City in the United States of America. He attended Regina Pacis Grammar School and Bishop Ford High School, he then went to the Institute of Design and Construction where he studied courses such as Facility Operations and Project Management, Methods of Construction and Site Safety, Construction Management, and Zoning and Building Law.
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