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Comment by Makarena on 2015-10-02 13:51:31
You go to the texas insurance dtrapement website, to get the information you need to take the test and buy the study materials.THEN, you have to call around to auto insurance companies, and convince them to let you sell their insurance policies. With no track record or experience, not having any idea how to actually write a policy, you're going to have a very, very hard time getting an insurance company to let you write their policies. You don't need a franchise, but, of course, a lot of people buy them.95% of new agents wash out which is part of the problem, as odds are, you won't be doing this a full year. Your best bet, is to go to a local agency, local to you, and ask them if they'd hire you as a producer. For a commission split, you'd get to use the agency contracts. As a bonus, they'll help you fill out the applications and show you how the industry works. If you can get a couple of years of that under your belt, then you're much more likely to get an insurance company to appoint you to sell their policies.

Comment by Karene on 2015-10-08 23:51:13
I started at age 20 and have been in the bussiens for 8+ years . . the first 5 years or so don't plan on making more than minimum wage assuming you're working under an established agent and not for yourself. I wouldn't recommend taking a commission based salary for entry level, might as well sell cars if you're going to do that, he'll probably have better luck. Get in with the BIG companies imo, being an independent you would need to build your own client base from scratch and will likely fail. At least with the big companies they have programs for new agents and will usually start you off with a small set of clients (usually from a retiring agent) and you get the benefit of the company brand that is already established.And as far as the test fee goes I paid for my own tests ( both L H and P C) initally but was ALWAYS reimbursed after I passed them. What the other poster said about the company not paying the test fees is probably right. The company also paid for the classes I took too.

Comment by Jymmy on 2015-10-09 04:05:31
It will be tricky at age 18. If he is doing phone sales and sondus older he should be fine, depending on line of business, but certain lines are near impossible for an 18 year old to sell face to face.Noone, and I repeat Noone wants to buy life insurance from someone that looks like their grandchild. They don't want to talk about death with them.First year expectations if he is working commission only should be very conservative. I started out independent and with a college background in finance, and for the first 4 months barely made anything, then started averaging around 5000-10000 in AP a week, which relates to about 1000-2000 in commissions. I guess what I am saying is, don't expect a lot for 6 months. If he isn't earning a living by the 1 year mark, he's probably not cut out for it, has bad training and products or some combination of that.Insurance is very lucrative, but it has an extremely high failure %. 94% of agents quit in the first 12 months. http://tsmkgsg.com [url=http://cdqiwye.com]cdqiwye[/url] [link=http://yfgeblovf.com]yfgeblovf[/link]

Comment by Recai on 2015-10-09 10:24:47
you won't be able to list it on the MLS service witouht paying for that and if you aren't associated with a realtor you might not be able to list it at allyou'll have to pay all the advertising costs yourself, be available for all the open houses obviously, find buyers yourself since hardly anyone will know about your house being for sales since it won't be on MLSYou'll have to be able to try and find all the necessary paperwork sales agreements, etcYou don't pay any commission when you buy a house only when you sell if another agent brings you a buyer you will still have to agree on a commission for them and they will expect the normal 3% for the buyer's sidewith the current market, house are taking up to 9 months to sell WITH real estate agents working with the sellers I magine you would probably have a add a few months to that figure working on your own Still think it's really worth it? and I'm not a real estate agent and have no family members who are I'm a RE investor just starting out, but I know I wouldn;t have all that time to devote to the process witouht help from an agent

Comment by Jayssa on 2015-10-10 07:09:45
First, you have to get a property and cautalsy insurance license. That entails pre-licensing education credits and successfully passing the state exam.You won't be able to start your own agency, if that is what you are thanking. Insurance companies appoint agents to sell their products. If you don't have an agency appointment you can't sell their insurance. Companies are very picky when it comes to authorizing who will represent them. I can assure you that they will not appoint an agent who is starting from scratch and is intending to sell insurance part time. Instead you will need to find a job as an agent with an insurance agency that already has those critical agency appointments. Learn the ropes, develop a book of business (clients) and at some point you might be able to think about starting your own agency. Maybe.Good luck and best wishes. http://hkourh.com [url=http://mmlbextbjkh.com]mmlbextbjkh[/url] [link=http://tnzsnbnznq.com]tnzsnbnznq[/link]

Comment by Deandre on 2015-12-22 10:39:28
That's called, an iendpendent agent. Since you have no idea, the best place to start, would be working as a producer, for another iendpendent agent, where you'd learn the business, and get the connections.Additionally, in order to get an appointment, most insurance companies will require that you ALREADY have an existing book of business, preferably at least six figures that you're willing to commit to them, and a proven track record of being able to sell insurance (because most agents wash out). If you plan on starting from scratch, it will take YEARS before you have enough on the books to get a SECOND insurance company.

Comment by Samy on 2015-12-22 19:48:30
I would have to agree. Art Williams. Het got compensated quite well when the sell hapneped. Not only upfront but also on a 20 year payout plan.Mike Sharpe recieves chump change in comparission.Ever read Coach?

Comment by Popovici on 2015-12-23 01:37:22
I would say that it was Arthur L. Williams. Back in the 1970 s, he built a multi-billion dollar life insaurnce empire, called A.L. Williams and Associates.Later, he sold the company, which is now called Primerica. http://cqdmce.com [url=http://ifeydlw.com]ifeydlw[/url] [link=http://vyfdtjdhv.com]vyfdtjdhv[/link]
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