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Conquering New York Real Estate (Part 1)

As you can tell from the title, I'm getting into Real Estate, but its not what you think. I'm getting into real estate as a salesperson because I believe that the market will start slowing down, making it the best time to sell to investors, lessees, and etc. But the biggest reason was because I need a "J.O.B".

I came to this realization because I had a difficult time focusing on my entrepreneurial endeavors. People in my personal life were sucking my time dry. Further, it was also a way for me to get a job, without getting a job, if you catch my drift. I can still be an entrepreneur, and make more consistent income than I am making now, which I can reinvest back into this website. Being a salesperson is essentially being a commission-based subcontractor: you have to "kill what you eat." It's also my way of giving a big "f*ck you" to all of the normies in this space. By getting into real estate as a salesperson, I can tell people I have a job, and still have my entrepreneurial cake too.

I'm definitely not discounting how difficult selling real estate will be. I plan on working extremely hard at it, putting in 40 to 50 hours a week with the idea that sales may be sparse. But, I think it will be completely doable, especially if I focus on the low hanging fruit: leases.

This is a new series for this website, so keep checking in to see how my real estate journey unfolds. I am currently studying for my New York real estate exam, and I am 50% completed. In the next post, I will write about my experience taking the New York real estate exam.

This post is dedicated to my main squeeze (not really) @Btradez on Twitter. Thanks for the support BB.

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