I am looking to hang my license in NJ. Please let me know your terms and % split.

Asked by Igor Asnis, Feasterville, PA Fri Apr 5, 2013

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Brenda Lee Z…, Agent, Sparta, NJ
Fri Apr 5, 2013
Let me tell you a little about our company. We are one of the fastest growing Real Estate companies in the country and our offices are located all over the country. We start you out at a 70/30 split in your favor and after $100k production it becomes a 90% split. You can earn sponsoring, retirement, and beneficiary residuals. The only way into the company is by being sponsored. Give me a call or email me and I'll explain more.

Brenda Lee Zabriskie
EXIT Towne & Country Realty
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Ed Miller, Agent, Princeton, NJ
Fri Apr 5, 2013
Keller Williams is now the largest company in the United States and has been awarded the J.D. Power award for highest Overall satisfaction for Home Buyers and Home Sellers among National Full Service Real Estate Firms, so it it worth a good look. The commission split for a single Agent is 70% until the 30% KW gets equals $21K plus a "capped" $3K franchise fee for a total cap of 24K for each a Agents calendar year. Thereafter, Agents get 100% of commissions for the remainder of the calander year. There is also a sliding scale for team commissions that does not disuade team formation. Doesn't get much better does not apply with my Princeton Office because it is one of the top ten cities in the US! There is also a great profit sharing plan so please come in under me if you are going to make the move!! If you want further information, give me a call 609-647-6818.

Ed Miller
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Thanks Ed for info. I have PA license as well, am I required to hang with KW in PA as well or can keep it at the current firm?
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Debra (Debbi…, Agent, Livingston, NJ
Fri Apr 5, 2013
Igor, imo, this isn't the best place to negotiate a new position in a new company....even if it's just to "hang your license".

Why not call a few offices in the area you want, and have a real life conversation with the Manager/Broker?
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Debra, I agree this is not the best place to negotiate and can always be contacted privately but the reason for this question here is to connect with brokers who are looking for agents actively. I already called few offices and never got a call back. Response for Ed below is a perfect example of what I was looking for. Thanks.
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