Something to consider strongly if you are going to be a buyer's agent is the amount of inventory the brokerage has. This is important because you need to advertise homes, to get buyer leads. MOST brokers allow all agents to advertise inventory.
My brokerage is a great, team environment with a diverse makeup of agents and professional experience. Additionally we have 100+ homes of inventory available on average.If you are interested in coming to preview it and speak with the broker, please call or text me at 702-415-3692.
The process of affiliating with a broker is pretty straight forward and the good brokers will walk you through it, making your transition as smooth as possible.
I've worked for a few different brokers and I can't say enough about Prudential Americana Group! I decided to go over because I was very impressed with Mark Stark and his management team but since joining I've been really surprised how many agents and brokers from all different companies have had very positive things to say about this company.
They have a large professional support staff which makes affiliating and getting started very. They have their own real estate training facility, making it very easy to get your post licensing and CE credits. They have offices all over the valley which make it easy to hang your license in a convenient location while servicing clients in the area they want to be. And the management is tremendous!
If you are interested, feel free to shoot me an email and I can put you in touch with someone who can help you get started.
Chris Fraley, REALTOR
Prudential Americana Group
Here are a couple of the websites that will give you more information on the forms you may need.
The Nevada Real Estate Division's website is http://www.red.state.nv.us and the website for the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtor's is http://www.lasvegasrealtor.com
As far as finding a brokerage to work at. I suggest you do your research and find the best match for your needs. Have a sit down with the Brokers of the companies you may be interested in working for and let them know what your expectations are of them.
Best of Luck,
Barrett & Co., Inc.
2885 S. Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
If you can come to an agreement, he would provide those to you. If you are experienced I would recommend that for you. Low fees, and a full time broker who is there to help.
However, if you are new the business, and want training I would agree with James Billie. There is no substitute for a hands on broker who teaches you the ropes. I spent my first years with Prudential and Century 21. I don't regret that for one minute. You cant put a price on good training.
Good luck to you.
What are your goals with having a license in Nevada?
Fine Homes International
Prudential Americana - Vaughn & Berg Group
7475 W. Sahara Ste 100, Las Vegas, NV 89117
Office 702.362.1111 Ext. 255