A career in real estate provides the flexibility and freedom to set your own goals and work at your own pace. There are no limits on what astute, hard-working men and women can earn and real estate is one of the few jobs where your income directly reflects your efforts. Anyone over the age of 18 with a high school diploma who can successfully finish a few college level courses and pass a licensing exam can become a real estate agent. The required college level courses can be completed online in a matter of weeks by any number of affiliated companies such as Real Estate Express, Pro Schools, andCaliforniaLicense.comas well as many others. These courses are very affordable and in many cases you can complete the entire set of required courses online at your own pace for as little as $99.
Hereat Century 21 Lad Realty we care about your success because lets face it, your success is our success. We offer a wide range of benefits to our new agents you won't find at any other real estate company in Santa Cruz County. While you can expect support and advice from all of our experienced agents our Broker Kenn Ellis will train and mentor you personally, he will be available 24/7 to help you with every aspect of your career. From initial prospecting to closing your first escrow Kenn will be there to make sure that you are prepared to act, sound and give advice like a seasoned professional.
Century 21 Lad Realty has sold over one billion dollars worth of real estate since we opened our doors in 1977 and while we have been the number one Century 21 office on the central coast for most of those years, you can still expect a relaxing and positive environment free from the every day drama and stuffiness found elsewhere. We enjoy getting together socially several times a year and also working together on fundraising projects for causes such as A Taste of Santa Cruz, Capitola Art and Wine Festival, Easter Seals, Second Harvest and many others. On October 21st of 2013 our management team and several of our outstanding agents took at company paid vacation with a cruise to the Baja Peninsula on Princess Cruise Line.