Transitioning from One Real Estate Company to Another

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker DiTommaso Realty
Transitioning from One Real Estate Company to Another (edit/delete) I found out that the transitions between Real Estate companies as not as hard as it seems. I just moved from Robert DeFalco Realty to Exit Elite Realty and I jumped right back into it! It took a little time but bigger is not always better.. I am learning a lot more now than I did before. My new Broker and Associates have been great in welcoming me with open arms and all greeted me and said Welcome to the Exit Family.If you are not happy where you are and want to make the move but are just nervous about it, I say go for it!! You will be glad you did.. Just make sure you do all your research first to see if it is a company that has more to offer you and room for advancement. Because a company that has no room for advancement is not a long term company and you will find yourself looking to change companies again in the future... You learn as you go so make the best of it.. Have a great night everyone. Best wishes to you all and have a very productive week!!!

Comments (3)

ERA Key Realty~Worcester County Realty Group - Worcester, MA
'Helping You Make the Best Move"


Great post! Thank you for the tips!

Best of luck to you!

Jul 15, 2010 11:32 PM
Sally K. & David L. Hanson
EXP Realty 414-525-0563 - Brookfield, WI
WI Real Estate Agents - Luxury - Divorce

Research the company...and ask the person that recruited you if they have a "jumping outline"...we give it to people who join us...things you should prepare before you leave and what to do first when you get to your new wishes.

Jul 16, 2010 12:02 AM
Not In Real Estate Any Longer
Autaugaville, AL

Hi Debbie,

It's not that difficult to change, as long as your staying with the same board. I changed boards when I moved from a small town to the city and it cost me dearly. I guess it wasn't that "difficult" but I almost choked on having to pay another $1,600.00 in fees.

But otherwise it doesn't take much to move and realitistically, unless the brokerage you've moved to has an incredibly bad reputation, your clients will use you whereever you go.

Jul 16, 2010 01:42 AM