How Flexible Is A Career In Real Estate?

How Flexible Is A Career In Real Estate?

The pandemic has drastically changed the way we work. Technological innovations brought forth many shifts in the modern-day workplace – whether it be corporate or commission-based jobs.

80% of workers would choose a job that offers a flexible schedule over those that did not, according to this 2018 survey. Property agents are known to have flexible working hours, but how flexible are they?

Here’s 3 ways how a career in real estate can be flexible!

  1. Work non-traditional hours
  2. Flexibility in planning your timing
  3. Taking care of your personal priorities

1. Work non-traditional hours

If you’re the type of person that doesn’t work well within the confines of a 9-5, then having flexible working hours can do wonders in your career. Having the freedom to choose when to work can allow for a significant boost in productivity, since different people work better at different hours of the day.

 

2. Flexibility in planning your timing

With flexible working hours, you get to recharge your batteries and recover at a pace that’s suitable for you. In this way, you get to perform to a higher standard in your work. Having a healthy schedule that’s appropriate with your working style can improve morale, enabling you to have a better approach to your work and deliver quality results.

 

3. Taking care of your personal priorities

Staying within the bounds of a fixed schedule can be stressful. Working with a flexible schedule can reduce the risks of burnout, fatigue and stress, and entirely improve physical and mental wellbeing. Plus, being in control of your schedule can allow you to take breaks when it’s appropriate for you.

 

Pursuing a career in real estate

If you are thinking of switching to a career that gives you more flexibility in your schedule, why not consider joining IQI as a real estate negotiator?

Average annual salary

Did you know that the average base annual salary of a real estate agent in Malaysia is RM84,000? Becoming a REN can provide you with a steady source of income and lets you work at non-traditional hours!

Qualifications

You are qualified to become a real estate negotiator in Malaysia if you:

  • are a Malaysian citizen or permanent resident.
  • are 17 years old and above.
  • hold an SPM certificate with 5 or more subject passes, with at least 3 credits from those subjects.
  • one of the credits must be from one of the following subjects: Commerce, Mathematics, Accounting or Science.

Costs involved

In order to become a real estate agent, you will need to pay for the BOVAEA examination costs, which are RM50 per subject, plus a RM50 processing fee.

Besides flexible working hours, IQI also offers you:

  1. Attractive rewards and incentives
  2. Being your own boss
  3. Fast commission payouts
  4. Cutting-edge training and resources available to you 24/7
  5. A convenient tech platform made to help you with your sales

Begin your career change at IQI, where we can guide you every step of the way, even if you have no prior experience in real estate!


IQI gives you freedom to work whenever you like, wherever you like! You get to earn big, as long as you put in the work – and we can help you make that happen. Drop your details below to join our expanding team!

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