What questions exactly should a new agent ask a broker when choosing the company they will work for?

Asked by Trinity Shai, Flowood, MS Wed Jan 30, 2013

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Elisa Dewees, Agent, Cherry Hill, NJ
Wed Jan 30, 2013
Training is important so see what they offer. Some have in person classes while other Brokers leave you to take their online courses. Ask how many agents they have and what their production level is (how many deals per agent). That should tell you how successful that Broker is in the area and how well they support their agents in succeeding.
Find out what your commission splits are and make sure to read their contract agreement spelling out what happens if you leave.
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Hena Martin, Agent, Hot Springs, CA
Wed Jan 30, 2013
I am a Broker and certainly was an agent too ,who worked for someone else ,depends what your needs are ,whether you are comfortable with a chain office ,individual broker ,all those factors play in .
Depends who you are comfortable with ,that I think matters ,make some phone calls and see what your likes and dislikes are .HENA MARTIN BROKER 760-251-2868
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Karen Mcknig…, Agent, Kirkland, WA
Wed Jan 30, 2013
Hi Trinity,

I recommend you interview three to five brokerage firms. Be sure to include Keller Williams Realty if there is one in your area. After you visit with a few brokerage firms, you will be clear on the questions you want answered.

The training, online and live classes through Keller Williams University, is outstanding and ever changing. The technology tools Keller Williams provides are the best in the industry. Go to kw.com and click on "Careers" in the lower right hand corner of the Main Page.

And, there is this little extra benefit that creates passive income called Profit Sharing.

Feel free to call me with any questions.

Warm Regards,
Karen
Web Reference:  http://www.karenmcknight.com
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