Work for a Company that is Focused on Building Agent Careers

In 1984, Marsha Rand founded a real estate brokerage committed to professionalism, service, and integrity that would provide career-minded agents with the strongest foundation possible to succeed.

Today, Howard Hanna | Rand Realty is the preeminent real estate brokerage in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, widely recognized as an industry leader for its agent training, career planning, technological innovation and market expertise.

Build your career with the people who have your best interests in mind.

Ready to Have a Cup of Coffee?

Meet some of our amazing agents by watching the video below then complete the form to schedule some time for a cup of coffee with one of our managers.  You'll quickly understand how Rand builds careers not offices.

Watch the video and learn more about working as an agent at Howard Hanna | Rand Realty

Is real estate right for you?

If you're new to the industry or thinking of joining, take our online career assessment.  A version of the famous DISC assessment, you will learn if your personality matched those of successful agents.

Let's Chat

Meet with an office or regional manager. Gain a deeper sense of what the Rand road to success looks and feels like. Coffee is on us!

A Family Company

There's nothing better than working for a company with a sense of family

One-Stop Shopping for Your Clients

Mortgage, Title and Insurance Services ensure deals go smoothly

Leading in Technology, Agent Tools, and Support

Close more deals with the best in lead generation, property marketing and closing tools

Agent Training by Industry Innovators

When it comes to training, we don't just talk the talk, we walk the walk.

All The Tools to Build a Successful Career

Download our Agent Benefits Guide and learn why so many agents are making the move to Howard Hanna | Rand Realty.

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Understanding a Career in Real Estate

What to Expect

Prospecting is the single most crucial element in the business and presents the biggest challenge for most real estate agents. Prospecting can be done in a number of ways: Contacting your sphere of influence Open houses Office inquiries Online techniques Canvassing Handing out business cards And lots more! The important thing to realize is that […]
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Qualities of a Great Agent

The most common question asked by people considering a career in real estate is, “What are the qualities of a great real estate agent?” (Okay, maybe that’s the second question after “How much money can I make?”) Let’s look at the typical qualities of top-producing real estate agents: Hard working Goal-oriented Persevering Technologically proficient Self-motivated […]
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Check Your Sales Skills

Real estate sales can be a challenging and rewarding career. The way business is conducted in the real estate industry has certainly changed with the advent of the Internet and new technologies and consumers now know more about the home buying and selling process than ever before. You may be tech savvy but in order […]
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Considering a Career Change

Perhaps more than any other profession, real estate is the domain of the motivated entrepreneur. Real estate is led and dominated by people with talent, savvy, a commitment to personal service, and a need to succeed. If doing things you enjoy each day and earning a great income while having control over your schedule and […]
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Is Real Estate Right for You?

A career in real estate can be exciting and very rewarding both personally and financially. Real estate agents are experts in the process of buying and selling homes, and their interests extend beyond the transactions themselves into the enjoyment that comes from working with people, helping families, and assisting communities to grow and prosper. When […]
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Getting a Real Estate License

Entry into the real estate profession takes preparation. As with other professions, licensing is required. Licensing requirements and costs vary from state to state, but generally range between $1,000-$2,000 for start-up costs such as pre-licensing classes, the state licensing exam, and real estate association memberships. It is also recommended that you enter the business with […]
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