Really a part time agent, like we need more of them in the market. Iâ€™m not trying to be mean but we have 12 Re/max agents in our office most of which are full time with over 5 yearsâ€™ experience and not one of them grossed over 100k! Then you count the 10-12k office fees and the â€œother â€œfees associated with the business what to you hope to earn? Can a part time agent really have the expertise to conduct business in this tight market; can they fill out the 61 pages of contract Fannie Mae requires just to offer? Can they be at the clients beckon call 7 days a week? Back in the 70â€™s and 80â€™s there were 5-6 pages of contracts, no cell phones, life was easier and the part timers could do it. Now clients expectations are much higher and we are running up to the 100 page count or more if you include the 32 pages of inspection report. If I were a buyer or seller looking to do a transaction there is no way I would use a part time agent. In answer to your question there are brokerages that specialize in working with part time agents so they can grab your money, sphere of influence, and your 2-3 deals per year or less. Most are out of the business in 2-4 years depending on the renewal cycle. Donald is right on with his comments! Annette also has a good point in reguard to a niche maybe be an exception if you allready have the inside track on getting deals done. Other than that, leave it to the full time pros.