I worked for a Century 21 franchise.
The very best company for training is Keller Williams, hands down. They have a marketing system that is unmatched in the industry, and Gary Keller (the founder) is a financial genius. Find his books on Amazon and READ THEM.
Best of luck!
The problem is which one will YOU experience success with? This is more about know YOU than the broker with whom you hand your license.
As a small business owner you need to do your homework.
The outcome will be the ability to identify the broker with the commitment and infrastructure that will allow you to succeed. If you choose to not invest the mental energy to examine your situation you will be as a dandelion seed blown in the wind. Where you land, in the rocks, weeds, dry soil or good soil will not be in your control. This outcome is 95% of newbies never see their second year anniversary.
Dig into my Trulia blogs and read the seven blogs titled "7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Getting Into Real Estate." Then do the homework. How you start will predict how you end.
Conclusion: Don't believe the HYPE!
Best of success.
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
You are asking the right question. I don't know if looking at specific companies is as important as finding the right top agent to work with. Look into your board's database and find out which agents are the top producers and then find one that you click with.