As a new agent you are going to want a couple things:
1. Training. You want to pick a brokerage with some sort of new agent training program.
2. Fee's. As a new agent I wouldn't worry too much about getting a high split as most new agents don't close that many deals their first few years. No point in getting 100% split if you aren't closing any deals. Additionally you may want to find a brokerage with low or no monthly fee's as all the fee's can add up once you factor in mls/association fee's.
Check out the major brokerages in the area and interview a few. Remember that you are interviewing them, not the other way around.
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