So, it depends. There are some agencies that will take the attitude of - and I don't mean to be unkind or unfriendly, this is the truth - they will take the attitude of, "Rookie, what will do you for US? Will you bring trophy property listings to the company? Will you bring buyers of good repute to the company? What's in it for US?"
The real estate business is one of supply and demand. There is a short supply of both quality agents AND quality brokerages, and the demand for both is high.
For those of us who may not have the best connections and have the biggest book of potential business, maybe what we want to do is ask - is there a place in your agency for a hardworking agent who may not have the deepest and biggest Roladex, but is willing to grind it out, make things happen, and become a credit to your agency?
All the best,
There are always continuing education classes happening here at Exit Realty Number One and we are updated weekly to what is happening in our local market.
We agents also have the latest web and internet technology tools available to us.
This enables us to generate our own leads and not to be reliant on another party.
Our broker here really cares about the success of his agents and has an open door policy.
He is easy to reach and quick with an answer.
Also,...sponsoring other agents brings in residual checks....That definitely comes in handy between closings.
Shoot me out your email and I will have Eric Mendoza (our broker) give you a call personally.
Good Luck With Your New Career Move....
Hank Lauzon III
Exit Realty Number 1
6600 W. Charleston #119
Las Vegas, Nv 89146
Web : http://www.HanksLVRealestate.com
Never look down on anybody...unless you're helping them up.
I will suggest to you first to write down what are you planning to do as a real estate agent. The type of market, price range, specialties , location and etc. Once you decide and know your game plan that you should start interviewing real estate offices and what they offer. Maybe you want to consider joining a team that will provide you with leads and training, or maybe you want to work independent and look for office that will provide you with classes , mentoring and support.
I believe that writing a business plan and knowing what type of business you want to conduct is the first step. Interview at least 10 offices before you decide and make sure that all promises are delivered.
Good luck and great success!!!
Certified International Property Specialist
If you would like to email me a resume I can review it and if you are a good fit for our team I can send you additional details.
Either way good luck with your new career!
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
Please contact me to discuss.
Brett Gordon, Broker-Salesman
Platinum Real Estate Professionals