Any words of advice? I don't want to become a investor just a real estate agent. In the future with more money that could change. One of my good friends that I have known since I was fourteen. Used to be a real estate agent. He doesn't do that anymore not sure why though. I have been meaning to ask him. About three years ago had dinner with his family and asked him later on that night I may be interested in becoming a real estate agent. He kinda knocked down becoming a real estate agent. He kept saying to me "it's hard, it's a lot of hard work". But after that he told me you would need a nicer car to take clients to the property and a bunch of nice suits. Which makes sense. I looked into real estate school last week. The school provides either a online course or a physical campus. I would prefer a online course better fits my schedule. The school is $400 a small price to pay for the things you will get out of it. Also going to real estate school will be a good knowledge to have when I need to shop for my own house in the future. I am twenty years old by the way. So a bit nervous knowing that there is so many real estate agents out there, no good solid history with me since I have never done this before and I have feeling I have to be like a car salesman when it comes to selling property. I am not going to do independent. I would stick with a large company. Either Coldwell Banker, Remax etc. Also I heard real estate agent are happier in their field. I read this from a survey few weeks ago. Any words of advice? I would appreciate it.