Real estate is a fascinating industry to work in. It’s constantly changing, and it demands a high level of commitment to learn the ins and outs of the laws that govern real estate transactions, to gain an understanding of the broad market in DC metro homes, as well as a strong sense of the individual neighborhoods and cities clients are interested in. Both men and women real estate agents have to be all-in if they’re going to make it to the top of the profession. As someone who has spent nearly two decades in DC real estate, it’s a commitment I’ve made and understand well.
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It’s interesting to me, not to mention disheartening, that even today, some people consider women real estate agents to be working a side job, rather than the committed, educated professionals we are. Real estate can be a side job, but you don’t get to be at the top of the field by selling a couple of homes a year. When I talk to women who are thinking of getting a real estate license, I always tell them to be committed to their own success as professionals. No matter what anyone else may think, we have to present ourselves as the knowledgeable, tenacious agents we are.