Hello Jada, Real Estate is a passion and an ever growing/expanding field. It is also expensive initially to get started *$2500 min just for the initial schooling and there is Continueing Ed required every year (but less than geting a masters degree). I started in Real Estate as an assistant to a Broker and grew in the field from there. However, to approach real estate in that manner - you would still need to get a degree or attend schooling to be an adequate assistant training. Real Estate is not as glamorous as some may make it seem on HGTV. It is a career that can help people who become agents reach their financial goals quickly but it does take focus and customer service skills. Can you be taught, can you follow directions, can you remember real estate terms, do you enjoy cold calling, do you like sales, if you enjoy interacting with others and have confidence in yourself then real estate could be a good choice, but it is hard work. You have to be dilligent, willing to give-up weekends and availble for the first few years sometimes 24/7 until you can build a niche and client base. To anyone who may be interested you can find me on LinkedIn or ask additional questions, I am happy to elaborate. Hope this helps.