brokerage: The End of the Brick & Mortar Real Estate Companies - Part 1 - 05/05/16 06:11 AM
It's official, 100% Commission flat fee virtual online real estate brokerages are here to stay - and they are growing lickity-split !  And now the big box companies; Coldwell Banker, ReMax, Century 21, etc, are dying and no longer able to keep their younger tech savy agents, as these agents know that these brokerages are not able to give them anything that they can get themselves online. Therefore there is no longer any reason to cough up a big chunk of their commission for some free business cards.
In a vacum a need is filled, hence the influx of the one hundred percent commission online brokerage model.  The flat … (2 comments)

brokerage: Why Are 100% Commission Brokerages So Popular Now ? - 01/13/16 10:00 AM
Nowadays if you take a look inside any real estate office you will find it mostly void of agents, becaue most realtors now work from home. ..Why is that ?  The internet has leveled the playing field of available information, so now old traditional real estate companies really no longer have anything to offer agents that requires them being part of an office or brokerage. Which is why giving a large part of your commission away to a broker is no longer necessary !  
 
   
Empty real estate offices are merely evidence of the old traditional way of doing real estate having finally caught up with technology, and virtual online brokers are now … (1 comments)

brokerage: But my broker gives me training ! - 12/04/15 05:43 AM
A one hundred percent commission / flat fee agency is great, but what about training ?
Some new real estate agents try to reason that working with a traditional style brokerage and paying thousands and thosands of dollars of their commission, is for the training the old school style brokerages offer.  At CURB we've got that objection covered. We host an exclusive monthly webinar teaching our Realtors specifically how to market themselves and stand out from the sea of other Realtors,  All at no cost to our agents.
 
Furthermore, if you desire even more training, consider this: if you just do 1 single … (0 comments)

brokerage: How to Choose a 100% Commission Online California Real Estate Broker - 11/15/15 11:54 PM
 
 
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At first glance most " one hundred percent " flat fee virtual online brokerages " all seem the same.
You hang your license with them and pay only a small flat fee per transaction.  But let's look a little deeper and see how much some 100% commission brokers actually charge and how they structure their commission splits.
 
On the surface some real estate companies appear as if they are a 100% commission fee structure, but a few more clicks into their website and somwhere in the 8 point font … (0 comments)

brokerage: A New Era In Old Real Estate Brokerages - 02/24/11 08:36 AM
It was only a matter of time until 100% commission flat fee brokerages made their way into the age old business model of doing real estate. There isn't much business left anymore that isn't conducted online. Who would have thought just a few years ago what we'd be doing online; buying insurance, planning vacations, buying cars, drawing up wills, holding business meetings, and now even doctor appointments are done online!  Just a few years ago we had to get in the car, drive to an office, and find a parking place to do all of that.  So it should come as no surprise the day … (2 comments)

 
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