Depending on what you are looking for you have plenty of options. Real Estate Brokerages have different plans and options which can help you grow your business.
We are currently looking for 5 active Realtors for our office location on Olympic and Bundy, Feel free to visit our website to learn more about us and available opportunities.
I have been in the business for a few years now, but I feel like I started last week. Keller Williams Realty is probably one of the best companies to join. There's a great mentorship program; on-going training programs for the entire career of the agent ; and a huge netweork of agents nationwide to work with. I'm particularly fond of my office, Keller Williams Larchmont, but all the offices are wonderful.
If you'd like to talk more about this, call me at 323-219-4480.
Gabino Barrera Jr.
23705 Crenshaw BLVD. Suite 101
Torrance, CA 90505
License by the State of California Department of Corporations under the California Residential Mortgage Act
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To find the best brokerage for you, it would be wise to interview with as many as you can. Each office has a different personality. Some are ultra-competitive and others are others are team oriented; most want self-starters. Pinnacle EP has a lot of agents, which could be a good or a bad thing.
You should start by writing down your short-term and long-term goals. Then, find the brokerage that will help you achieve those goals.
If you are looking for an extremely personalized one-on-one program feel free to interview with us. We only mentor 5 agents at a time and we currently have 2 openings.
I would appreciate it if you picked my answer as the "best" :)
Golden Land Investments & Financial, Inc.
Best of Luck!
I don't know specifically what Pinnacle Estate offers and I commend you on starting to research them by asking the question. I think most of us will tell you that you should really dig and find out what training programs an office offers you. If you haven't already chosen your new office can I suggest that you do some research on EXIT Realty. We have offices throughout Southern California and all over North America.
I've attached a video testimonial I thought might be helpful, we have many more if you are interested in seeing why agents all over the country chose EXIT Realty.
If I can introduce you to one of the offices in the area I would be happy to do so.
I recommend you interview with several companies before joining one. Being licensed previously in Virginia and having been apart of several offices, I would stress the importance of dating these companies (meaning don't sign anything) before getting married. So...attend classes, office meeting, and social functions the brokerage holds before actually joining that company. If you do this with 3 or 4 companies, the right one will be known to you.
For training purposes, I strongly suggest starting at a big name - Century 21, Caldwell Bankers, Prudential, Keller Williams, etc....these are the big guns who offer comprehensive training programs.
Good luck to you!
I am not familiar with the brokerage, but there are quite a few smaller brokers who are doing a great job with new agents. I started with Prudential (Mulhern Group) and their training was excellent.