It’s been nearly six years since OREA Real Estate College began hosting its successful career nights, free fact-filled events that provide prospective students with information on how to become real estate professionals.
Only one career night, in Don Mills, was held that first year in 2010. Since then, the College has hosted 42 career nights attended by nearly 5,000 prospective students in a variety of locations across Ontario.
Career nights also provide prospective students with the opportunity to ask questions of the presenters, OREA curriculum staff and experienced instructors who are also successful practising REALTORS®, and showcase the many career opportunities in real estate, such as commercial sales and leasing, rural/agricultural sales, and property management.
The first career night of 2016 will be held in Brampton on March 23. The complete 2016 schedule is shown below. Sessions run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Why a real estate career?
A career in real estate offers many opportunities and possibilities, such as:
• the ability to work independently
• flexible hours
• unlimited income potential
• variety – as in there’s more to real estate than residential resale
Career Night flyers are posted via community newspapers, at high schools, and on college and university campuses.
To register, go to http://bit.ly/1SLbrnE.