Agents adapt to challenging market
Veterans say it's harder to get by as part-timer
With the downturn in the housing market, it has become harder for agents to finalize sales and earn their subsequent commissions.
What once was a decent part-time job 10 years ago requires a lot more commitment just to make sure a sale goes through.
When the housing market was booming, people could work part time as a real estate agent, helping friends and family members buy and sell homes. Houses sold in two to three weeks, said Patti Kremser, the managing broker at Century 21 Roberts & Andrews.
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