What is a good real estate company to start with as a new agent? Which one offers the most training? And has a good success rate?

Asked by Trinity Shai, Flowood, MS Mon Feb 4, 2013

I am getting my real estate license soon and I'm wondering what would be a good company to start with.

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Akil Walker, Agent, Upper Marlboro, MD
Tue Feb 5, 2013
Trinity,

Congrats. There is a lot good companies out there, and you have received a lot of good answers already. I started with Exit and remain there. Each office is independently owned, and my broker offers very inexpensive CE classes for agents for any company, Exit has online training as well to help you get started in the business when you cant make it to the office.

I would suggest you interview with a least three different brokerages one big, medium and small & see what fits your needs.

Good luck
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Kawain Payne, Agent, Seal Beach, CA
Tue Feb 5, 2013
Hello Trinity,

I would start by looking at one with Real Estate Lic Schools. They usually have great new agent training and have a vested interest in grooming new agents.

I started with Century 21 when I got my lic. I found the traing to be very helpful and the senior agents had no problem offering their advice and wisdom.

Much Success to You!

Kawain Payne, Realtor
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Hena Martin, Agent, Hot Springs, CA
Mon Feb 4, 2013
In my personal opinion ,it comes from day to day work ,its like going to collage you have to be on the job work hard and that is the best training ,this is only my personal experience.Not sure how your work ethics and learning is ,HENA MARTIN BROKER
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Joseph Roraff, Agent, Onalaska, WI
Mon Feb 4, 2013
Every single one is different. My advice is to make a thorough search for one that fits you. Make sure you know everything about the company and what they offer you for the money that you give them each month. A lot of companies have hidden monthly fees that can add up to hundreds of dollars a month. Make sure you know everything about them before you sign any contracts.
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