Want to get into real estate? Whether you are employed or self-employed, this is the field in which you want to make your career. However, you are still hesitating, because you are not sure what real estate can change in your life? If the answers to all these questions are positive, then this article is for you. So let’s see why you should train in real estate.
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- Gives you access to many positions with different responsibilities.
- Ensures you a remuneration commensurate with your value in the field.
- Enhances your knowledge, experience and social skills.
- It implies to do a BTS, a Bachelor and/or a Master depending on the job you want to do.
- Is reserved for the most determined and motivated students.
- Is more beneficial in a business school.
Why do you want to train in real estate?
Real estate is a large industry with many jobs. Real estate jobs are popular! More than 230,000 people work in the real estate sector, including 42,000 managers. To become one of them, take a real estate course!
A sector full of opportunities
The real estate industry is made up of a multitude of professions. Among others, you can choose between the areas of transaction, management and promotion. For example, you can become a real estate lawyer, if you prefer the legal aspect of the job. On the other hand, a real estate appraiser is perfect if you want to work in a more technical part of the field. As for thereal estate agent, this is the job for you if you want to satisfy your love for selling.
Attractive remuneration for qualified profiles
Training in real estate is a very profitable investment. In fact, you can earn up to 40,000 euros per year for an intermediate position such as real estate agent. However, for jobs with greater responsibilities, the remuneration can go up to 60,000 euros or even more.
Human and rewarding jobs
Real estate training is also about helping your clients have a better life by meeting their needs. In addition to keeping a social link through customer relations, you also help them to find a house or an apartment, sell it or rent it. Something to satisfy you as a person.
Which real estate training to choose?
You have a choice when you decide to train in real estate. Indeed, you can choose to do a BTS and/or a Bachelor’s degree. Then, you can even continue with a Master’s degree.
Why do a BTS in real estate?
The corresponding BTS in real estate is the BTS Real Estate Professions. Equivalent to a Bac +2, it allows you to acquire a professional card, essential to the exercise of the profession. It also serves as a basis for further study towards a Bachelor and/or Master degree.
Why do a Bachelor’s degree in real estate ?
It takes 3 years after the Baccalaureate to validate your Bachelor’s degree in real estate. Among other things, it allows you to specialize in a more specific area of the real estate sector. It also opens the way to a Master’s degree if you still wish to continue your studies.
Why do a Master’s degree in real estate?
Doing a Master’s degree in real estate is what allows you to take on the most complex and, therefore, the best-paid positions. With a Bac +5 in real estate, you have a perfect mastery of the field, but also of all related subjects. You can have managerial functions.
What kind of student profile is a real estate training program designed for?
Training in real estate can be suitable for all types of students. However, they must have a certain profile to succeed in the field. Indeed, training in real estate requires determination, motivation and a willingness to take on challenges to succeed and excel.
Why choose INSEEC to train in real estate?
Training in real estate at a business school like Inseec allows you to have a more complete training. Moreover, the school offers a Real Estate specialization. Thus, you have the choice between 1 BTS, 3 Bachelors and 2 MSc afterwards depending on the profession you want to do:
- BTS Real Estate Professions. Get your BAC+2 BTS PI (former BTS PIM) in alternation: apprenticeship contract. The BTS Professions Immobilières is a national diploma recognized by the State.
- Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate Transactions and Property Dealers
- Bachelor in Real Estate and Finance
- Bachelor’s degree in Financial, real estate and insurance products in Paris
- MSc Real Estate Management
- MSc Wealth Management and Real Estate Markets
If you want more details about these programs, please visit the FAQ section.Updated 17 May 2023