Hi, about to take my real estate license state exam, just not sure what brokerage to choose from. Wonder if any of you are from SA or have had any experience working with a brokerage here. Idk if you guys mind to share. Thank you. Btw, not that it matters much, But im a bilingual latino (like most san antonions) 25 years old.
I had my first interview with a RE/MAX designated broker today. I passed my WA real estate exam this week. The guy was impressed by my resume, explained a bunch of stuff to me and gave me some brochures. He will call me back on Monday for further details and to ask me if I’m interested is going forward with them. According to these papers, a newly agent gets 60/40 split, has to pay $230/mo ($16,000 annual CAP) for Home Office, $395 Buffini program, NEMLS fee, Realtor assoc. $595/yr, REMAX annual dues $410 and Ad Fund + Tech tools $228 (I don’t know if it’s the same as the Home Office fee).
What do you guys think? I also have 3 more interviews with other brokerages lined up.
Hey everyone, Im a new agent out of Richmond,VA. Other than doing door knocking and the other free options. Im looking into a couple of different options for getting the business going. Im wanting to invest in some software to help with the business. I want a CRM to manage everything. But then I cant decide if I should go with MOJO for their dialer and expired/FSBO contact info ( or some other companies) or go with a legit IDX based lead capturing website and creating FB ads to lead towards the site. If you were in my position what would you choose? Thanks.
I work during the day and don't see the traditional real estate schools fitting my schedule. I live in SC and saw we have reciprocity with GA. I can take online classes to get ready for the test in GA, pass it there, then just take the state of SC portion of the exam. Has anyone here done that? Am I missing something? Thank you!
So OpCity is moving into my sphere (settlement/attorney). What do you know about them? How legit do you think they are? I've had a couple calls with them, trying to decide what's really worth it and whether they're something I want to deal with.
Has anyone had any success with an expired listings system in a luxury market like new York or Los Angeles?
I have been sending a mailed package with a letter and marketing materials. Followed by a hand written card, then a couple just sold postcards, then if I can find their number or email online I will try it. After that my system falls apart.
I would love some advice from anyone that is having success from this sort of thing. Happy to lay out my system in more detail for you to critique.