What are the things that an agent looks for in a Broker and Real Estate company?
Market share? Reputation? Exciting commission splits? A great physical
office? Excellent support staff? Top notch tecnology? Caring and nurturing environment?
Innovative Broker? Trendsetting marketing? Ongoing training program?
With so many players in the field, how does an agent choose the brokerage to start their career, jump start their career or continue a sucessful one? What is important to them?
The obvious answer is usually commission splits. But if that was the only concern companies with great commission splits would never loose agents. There has to be more right?
With large players in the marketplace merging- note the Starck and Prudential merger just announced today in the Chicagoland area- others downsizing or closing all together... how does an agent determine what is a solid company? How important are the brokers business and personal values and reputation when you are making your selection?
How often do you find a broker who really takes a stake in growing your business AND teaching you balance between work and "life".
Love to know your thoughts on what would catch your interest if looking to join/switch Companies.
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