Posting this directly to the group because I'm really interested to see if there is a real benefit anymore to running a brokerage in a traditional Brick and Mortar setting vs just being virtual.
Anyone have thoughts about just being virtual? Are there things that Agents EXPECT of a brokerage whether they are bricks and sticks vs virtual? What about costs and splits...can a broker keep the costs for the individual agent down because they are virtual? I welcome your thoughts!