As a boy, Max Wynter used to hold the other end of the tape measure when his father was measuring properties. Today, Max, a sales representative with RE/MAX Realtron Realty Inc., is embarking on his second career, becoming a real estate broker.
“I’ve been trading in real estate for three years, but I’ve been in real estate all my life,” Max explains. “My dad, back in Jamaica, had his own real estate business. He was an appraiser and a salesperson.”
A former executive, Max enrolled in the Broker Registration Education Program of the OREA Real Estate College, because he always intended to obtain his broker registration after making his career move into real estate.
“I never do anything half way. It was always my expectation that at some point I would go for broker registration,” Max says. To him, this is simply another hill climb as he immerses himself in the profession.
Max is happy with his career move, praising both the instructor of the real estate broker course, whom he called “extremely knowledgeable,” and the brokerage that employs him.
To become a real estate broker, a salesperson must complete the Broker Registration Education Program offered by the OREA Real Estate College. For more information, go to http://www.orea.com/en/OREA-Real-Estate-College/Become-a-Real-Estate-Broker.
In the next blog, Brian Shew discusses his reasons for becoming a real estate broker.