No difference in fees because of this title change. -- Just let me know if you still need help.
Thanks, John Meyers (Meyers Realty)
Brokers own the real estate company while other Brokers are Managers and Some work under a broker like I choose to do as a "Sales Person" Regardless of the position all of our licenses have the prefix "BK". As a sales person I am called a Broker Associate indicating I work under another.
Not all agents are REALTORS and as a result are not held to the highest standards ethics that REALTORS are. A prime example are the agents that sit in new homes in large developments. These agents actually are not required by the state to be under a Broker either. One more reason to take a REALTOR with you when you are looking t new homes
Hope that makes everything as clear as mud
Look for someone that is doing real estate "full time," has a high degree of visibility, knows their market, annually produces a high volume of sales, and is approachable. Of course, it's also very important that you feel this individual is someone with which you will be able to trust and work closely with.
The real difference between an agent and a broker is that both can list and sell property while a broker can have multiple agents working under their license with them exclusively.
Hope this is helpful.
Michael Saunders & Company