Deliquent RE\MAX Monthly Dues & Fees

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with RE/MAX Homes & Estates-Broker\Owner

As most of you know, here in California we have our current challenges. As a Broker\owner, part of getting a office lean and mean is to let go of agents that do not look promising and are not paying their fees. But, want do you do when an agent is working hard and has activity but has nothing near a escrow and they are approaching two months or so in delinquent monthly dues they have not paid. And you know they are struggling financially and are being honest with you. They tell you that when they close a deal, you can take it out of there commissions. 

How much longer do you keep them and when do you make that decision to let them go. I would appreciate some inside from other RE\MAX broker\owners on their opinions and what they do to handle this situation.

Al

 
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Lisa Borders - REALTOR
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I will not let my agents go without paying their fees.  All agents pay their fees no matter what.  I understand if their not selling, but fees are set in place when they come to work for you.  I will not let them go past the 5th of each month.  If you start letting one do this, then they all will expect it to.  You are in the agent business. 
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