There are many brokers that would help get you started by paying you a stipend for the first few years of your new career. Perhaps you would be compensated for completing certain office tasks such as phone duty, showings, clerical work, etc.
Many new agents that are creaive and ambitious are raking in big money now!
You have entered the most NATURAL business opportunity imaginable.
By natural, I mean the rules of nature apply. Nature shows no mercy for the weak, young or injured.
And here you are with a fresh sales assoicate license asking, "Now what?"
Every morning the caribu must outrun the slowest one in the pack.
The lion must start running every morning to catch the slowest caribu.
Every morning they know what they must do. The one that ask's "Now what?" loses.
Every moring they know they must run.
Advice given to frsshly minted sales asocuates over the decades was, "Join the brokerage that provies the most training!" Over the decades less than 5% of newly minted sales associates see their second year anniverary. For decades they have been receiving bad advise and are being devoured as a consequense.
Start RUNNING. Join the brokerage that gets you RUNNING.
Don't be destracted by all the BS about spilts and training...get RUNNING...doing transactions ASAP.
Look at my other reponses on the same topic to figure out how to identify the right brokerage and where to position yourself within the organization.
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
The question you might want to ask is your prospective employer is - Will there be leads?
And then ask about the training. And then observe the overall climate.
You got to love where you work, so try to find the brokerage that is your match!
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
I can be reached at 786-704-8482. Give me a call Monday morning.
Have a great weekend!
The Andre Shambley Group
Real Living FSR
Very low fees. Split 85/15. Mentoring. Leads.
We are on Sunny Isles.
Call me Tuesday and I ll tell you about Decorus.
I left Coldwell Banker and very happy with Decorus.