Probably. The larger question would be one of visa eligibility.surely there are other entry level roles where a license is not required straight away?
"Able to have conversations" and "able to conduct business" are worlds apart, unfortunately. How is your Japanese literacy? Would you be prepared to function in an environment where all documentation is written in Japanese?My Japanese while not native level, is I think pretty acceptable. I am able to have conversations.
Hi, I'm a real estate agent in Japan. It's going to be extremely though or extremely easy depending on what kind of requirements you're talking about. If you're talking about the bare-bones requirements for getting hired then: University (or technical school) degree + JLPT 1.Hi everyone.
Just wondering what the requirements are to be a real estate agent in Japan. Is it extremely tough to be one?
Looking for input regarding this question. Thank you everyone.
the pass rates are under 20%
It varies, but hasn't been over 20% since 1982 so for the purposes of this discussion I thought saying under 20% both sufficient and correct.The passing rate is actually only 15%, not 20%
Sorry, I didn't see the word "under".It varies, but hasn't been over 20% since 1982 so for the purposes of this discussion I thought saying under 20% both sufficient and correct.
I believe if one were to get overly technical about the definition of "agent" it probably would not be absolutely correct to term unlicensed employees of a real estate agency real estate agents, but we sort of lack a substitute term so there we are.