This is not a franchise, but a family owned company (the largest in California).The company provides an incredible amount and highest level of support for its agents.
I am always looking to add quality people to our team. And we have a unique business model that makes our services easy to sell. If you would like to discuss, contact information below.
Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker
We are the largest privately owned brokerage in San Jose. I love working here!
I invite you to learn more about Coldwell Banker, the undisputed leader in real estate:
- More than 20% of individuals and teams ranked in the Top 400 Real Estate Professional List
- Highest Sales Volume of any real estate franchise in North America
- More than 300 classes and continuing education programs available 24/7
Contact me for more information or set up an interview
Coldwell Banker Platinum Group
San Jose, CA
I completey agree with my respected colleague Grace she pretty much spelled it out for you. if it is a one deal for a client then the best, smartest and easiest thing to do is refer it. If you are moving to the area and after you get a Cal. license pick a Bokerage that will continue to educate you and assist you with prospecting and with what works in this area.
Good luck to you,
You should talk with our Team Leader, Jim Myrick 408-836-5375 at Keller Williams. He offers a free consultation to help you make your career decision. You can tell him I sent you. I was licensed in WA for 3 years so if you want to discuss the differences between the states feel comfortable to contact me.
All the best to you.
Assuming you now have a California broker or salesperson license, you would be welcome in almost any real estate brokerage in California. Unfortunately, as you have not completed any transactions here in California nor are familiar with our title procedures or contracts nor the various disclosures here in the different cities, you will need to start all over again as if you were a brand new agent until you understand the intricacies of each city.
If you are only looking to join a California brokerage to transact the one deal for your client here in California, it is simply not an ideal situation since you may be licensed in the state and be employed, but still no nothing about the market here or the various areas. It will be as ineffective as if I were to try to sell a home in Seattle to a client--it makes more sense to let a local agent handle a deal out of state.
Again, if you are contemplating a move here to California, get your license first and then brokers will come to you! Then plan to start from scratch for at least the first year to get acquainted with the area, the market, the disclosures, procedures and contracts.
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