I am not in AZ, I'm in Texas so the real estate market is probably different there.
There are good and bad things about all brokers.
Are you a full time or part time agent?
How many transactions do you do on average each month?
Do you have to pay office fees every month, even if you don't have a transaction?
What is the commission split?
Is there a "cap" for the commission split?
What is the transaction fees in addition to the commission split?
What is the "name" of the broker in that area?
What is their continuing education and training like?
Do they require you to do phone time or is it optional?
Do they require you to come in for mandatory meetings every week?
How far is the office from your location of expertise?
What is the culture of the office?
How do they show their appreciation to their agents?
How many agents does the office have?
Are those agents available to assist you if you need it?
Even if they are there to assist you, are they top producing agents that really know what they are taking about?
All of these --and others -- are great questions to ask when interviewing with a broker.
I would love to set you up with a Keller Williams office in your area to interview with. There are several around the Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler area, depending on where your area of specialty is. I can set you up with an appointment if you would like or have one of the team leaders or top producing agents give you a call. KW is not a high pressure team. They will simply talk with you and let you know what KW has to offer and a bit about their office.
Shoot me an email with your contact info if you are interested.
It's more than real estate. It's RAYL-Estate!
Brian Rayl, REALTORÂ®, e-PRO, SFR
Keller Williams Elite - Dallas Park Cities