First-Time Homebuyer Counseling Tools

EDUCATION COURSES FOR YOUR HOMEREADY® AND HOME POSSIBLE® BORROWERS When borrowers purchase their first home through the HomeReady® or Home Possible® programs, they are often required by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac to complete a homebuyer education course to help them...

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Purchasing a home doesn’t have to be complicated. I can help turn your dreams of a new home into a reality. Contact me today to learn about my fast and easy process.

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This isn't your mama's mortgage! Your path to homeownership doesn't come with mountains of paperwork. Experience our digital application process for yourself by getting started today!

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 Regulatory Notice: A real estate license is required to apply, you must obtain a real estate license before officially being hired. To earn a real estate license you will need to complete real estate classes (online or in-person) offered by an accredited learning institution and pass a state licensing exam.


If you want to become a broker or salesperson in Massachusetts, you must meet the following requirements:

The sales application requires:

  • 40 hours of real estate education
  • Successful completion of licensing exams


A broker application requires:

  • 3 years of experience working for a broker
  • 40 additional hours of real estate education
  • Successful completion of licensing exams


Consider Northeastern Realty as your Real Estate Brokerage


As a Real Estate Agent, you will…
⦁ Help clients price their property and get it ready to put on the market
⦁ Stay updated on your local real estate market so you can offer clients an accurate comparison of home sales in their area
⦁ Arrange home showings and open houses
⦁ Advertise your real estate services to the local community
⦁ Represent your clients’ best interests during contract negotiations
⦁ Communicate with clients regularly and check in on their needs
⦁ Create marketing strategies so clients can sell their home quickly and profitably
⦁ Develop strategies to obtain referrals and build your client portfolio

We Offer Competitive Compensation Rates

You’ll receive compensation based on your transaction volume. When a sale or purchase is achieved, you will receive a competitive commission. The more sales you close, the more commission you earn. You can accommodate a flexible work schedule to help you establish a healthy work/life balance.

Our Equal Opportunity Promise

Northeastern Realty is committed to fair hiring practices and operate as an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, or nation of origin. We pride ourselves as being exceptional leaders and members of our community and we’re committed to treating all our potential employees with the same level of care and respect.




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