Unemployed and underemployed real estate brokers and agents are finding steady work in rentals.
The market has migrated from buying to renting. So far, this year, reports Shareen Pathak in Sales-Jobs.Fin.com, 158,000 apartments have been rented, compared to 21,000 units in 2009. In Florida, for example, Real... Read More »
America rents. That means increased demand for leasing agents, property managers, and apartment finders.
Wages range from about $40K to $74K, and 46 percent of those doing this work are self-employed, says the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Since you'll be all around the property including outdoors, the routine... Read More »