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Ginger Light…, Real Estate Pro in Atlanta, GA

I'm ready to start a team and I want to start with a buyer's agent (don't need the admin help right now). What are some best practices you've found?

Asked by Ginger Lightburn, Atlanta, GA Thu Mar 28, 2013

I've put it off as long as I can but now it's time to make my business a team. Any advice is greatly appreciated. What is the normal commission split to a buyer's agent? What processes do you allow them to handle and what do you continue to do yourself? How do you manage lead progress? How do you prevent someone from "stealing" your leads? What's the best way you've found to motivate your buyer's agents? I'd like to hear from agents both in and not in my area. Thanks! Ginger, Atlanta

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Eddie Martini’s answer
Teams can be great and like most BUSINESS you need to get everything on the table. You need to figure out if you want to train a newbie Buyers Agent and maybe offer a graduated commission structure as they are able to take more onto themselves. Or do you want to team up with an experienced Buyers Agent that originates similar volume to yourself?
What is your goal in building your team?
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