Considering A Career In Real Estate?
Now You Can Become A Confident, Fully-Licensed REALTOR®
—Paid For By Kris Lindahl Real Estate!
QUALIFY FOR OUR REAL ESTATE SCHOLARSHIP AND:
• 100% PAID FOR
Get all of your classes, books, and exam prep 100% paid for
• A NEW CAREER
Kickstart a new career with a guaranteed spot on the KLRE team (and pre-qualified appointments)
• TRUE HIGH-LEVEL MENTORSHIP
Be mentored personally by Kris Lindahl, industry-leading coaches, and sales trainers
Hello, future real estate agent!
Have you reached the point of wanting to leave your current career?
Has Real Estate often been in the back of your mind?
The freedom to create your own future, and the unlimited earning potential that comes with being a real estate agent, appeals to many.
But far too often, I see the same thing happening:
Finding the time and $1,500+ for real estate schooling stops many aspiring agents dead in their tracks.
(Let alone finding the $50,000+ worth of coaching, tuition, and support I’m about to invite you to receive!)
Instead of getting to make a better living and see people's faces light up when they find their dream home or sell for top dollar...
Many Aspiring REALTORS® Lack The Funds
To Get Started, Stuck In The Same Grueling Cycle:
UNFULFILLED AND UNFOCUSED
(in a role that no longer fits)
HELD BACK BY A CAPPED INCOME
(while the cost of living skyrockets)
(and stuck in debt)
SPENDING 40+ HOURS A WEEK FEELING OVERWORKED
Maybe you can relate?
If you’re looking for more meaning, stability, and abundance in your life…
And if you want to be your own boss while supported by a billion-dollar brand and growth-minded team of high achievers…
Then our team has an exciting new opportunity to share with you.
Actually, TWO exciting opportunities for those who qualify:
We’re going to provide over $50,000 worth of training with our free
Real Estate Scholarship program —which I’ll outline in a moment.
Upon getting a real estate license, you’ll have an immediate spot at Kris Lindahl Real Estate
—one of the nation’s Top 5 “Mega Teams” in transactions, according to The Wall Street Journal.