Its not an easy task to find where you will fit in or what will work for you. Its like getting married to someone without dating first. Interview a lot of brokers and do your homework. Not all are created equal.
Keep in mind stability and market presence is critical to your success. If people cant find you then you may never get the business so moving around a lot never really works - you seem unstable. Market presence equates to the front door ~ cant get through the door if people have never heard of your company or want to do business with you. That's the difference between a top branded company and a no name company with little to no market share. You might not hear that but its true to some. Others say, sell yourself and get the business as long as you are licensed. You decide.
Usually, the standard or top name brand companies charge between $75-150 a month as a monthly office fee and 50 to 70% (50-50, 60-40, 70-30) splits on your earnings and then you cap at some magically number usually around $2000000 broken down about $60000 50/50 you will pay $30000 to your office 60/40 36000/24000 70/30 $42000/18000. You pay royalties, splits, and office expenses out of your share. Also keep in mind that with your share, you will pay for membership to the association, showing service, insurance and much more. After that you will pay for tools to build your business and have out going expenses in order to do business.
Some offices have pay per transaction models, keep 100% of your commission models, and all kinds of models that may or may not work. Keep in mind, if you don't get the support services and training to be a successful agent to build your business ~ you will fail and go broke. They don't tell you that but its the truth. You will pay to be in this business and if you don't get business you will still pay. Most don't make it the first year and that's the truth. A yardstick of a year is used because that's when you have to decide whether you need to pay again and continue to take your classes to renew your license.
You have time to find a place to land. Take your time and visit offices and interview them. You are about to start a business where you will be paying them a lot of money. Get what you want out of it! Ask the questions as if you are in control and you are making a decision to hire them. Go once, twice and maybe three times before deciding where to hang your license.