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10 Reasons I Chose Insurance Vs. Real Estate as an Entrepreneur | Get Money EP

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17 Oct 2020

10 Reasons I Chose Insurance vs Real Estate as an Entrepreneur
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Check these out after:
Real Estate Investing vs. Building an Insurance Agency: https://youtu.be/WM9mXdFCciY
How Real Estate Agents Recession Proof Their Income: https://youtu.be/X6Eh01aDs6c
How this Real Estate Agent Protecting His Income from a Pandemic and Recession: https://youtu.be/yPjS1-behag

I was presented with the opportunity of being a realtor, mortgage loan officer or becoming an insurance agent transitioning out of the military.

Here's why I chose the insurance industry and would do it again...

Big thx to former realtors Richard Welch Danny Singson who currently are $100k+ income earners for their input for point #8.

How to Become an Insurance Agent | How to Become a Real Estate Agent | How to Start an Independent Insurance Agency

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