How To Be An Amazing Part-Time Real Estate Agent – The Real Estate Law Podcast

In this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast, we’re discussing the qualities that make you the most effective part-time real estate agent!  If you’re considering a side hustle in real estate, this is a quick 20-minute listen that will position you with the greatest chances of succeeding!

  • People from which professions and phases of life make the best part-time agents?
  • What are a broker’s most valid concerns about commitment and client service?
  • How does training and mentoring factor into your recipe for success?
  • How do you balance consistency with flexibility?

You’ll hear it right from the perspective of a broker who has worked with (and across from ) both part-time and full-time agents. Learn all of this and more!

Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!

The Real Estate Law Podcast Episode 6


  • Some agencies discourage part-time agents
  • Valid concerns about commitment and client service
  • Training and mentoring concerns
  • How the relative flexibility can make part-time agent work appealing to parents and caretakers, people with seasonal professions, teachers, folks working in real estate adjacent fields, grad students, and any others
  • Tips for part-time agents
  • How to prioritize office meetings, events, and to be visible
  • How to prioritize some time to learn, be mentored, and grow
  • Having a contingency plan for calls and showings when unavailable
  • Monetizing leads you can’t fully serve (how to refer)
  • Outsourcing tasks that get in your way



Attorney / Broker Rory Gill

  • UrbanVillage Legal –
  • NextHome Titletown –


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