Good luck with your interview.
JP and Assocaite
Also ask the agents in the office how easy it is to contact the broker to ask questions about contracts.
As a new agent I think you probably still need lots of training.....so you want to know where it takes place, how often, and at what costs.
Every brokerage will tell you they have training, but for example if they don't have a training room, I wonder how dedicated they are to it. Also ask if the company or their agents have written any training books....like "The Millionaire Real Estate Agent", "Flip", "Hold", "Shift", "Soci@l", etc.
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I wish you the best in your new real estate career!
Ebby Halliday Realtors
You must be so excited, I remember when I got into Real Estate business around 7 years ago, I interviewed couple big Real Estate companies and eventually chose one of them, over the years I felt lost and unappreciated what I do and decided to open my own Real Estate Company. It was my dream!
Nowadays I am working on my own Dallas Real Estate company structure which is offering team like environment focusing to professional coaching, support, motivation and training with competitive incentives and commission splits.
Remember to ask different questions as well as commission splits, fees etc.
Ask them when you go to a vacation, what is going to happen to your listings or buyers?
When you have family problems who can take care of your showings?
Ask them what kind of motivation program they have?
When you have problem who do you need to call? Do they work on weekends?
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need more information. I will be happy to help you in anyway.
It's not our job to set the list price but it is our job to help you make good decisions. The only way we can do that is to properly educate you on the market and show you the information to make those good decisions. Don't just go with the agent who gives you the highest list price recommendation... go with the one who backs their recommendations with market data.
Best of luck to you!
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Suggest you focus on training, support and availability of management for consulting above fees and splits. High splits with low or no sales is still low or no income. Higher sales with higher fees and lower splits results in higher income. To start work on building your foundation and then look at the income.
Best of luck
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