Real Estate Boutique vs Mega Office

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Real Estate Boutique vs Mega Office


For a long time mega real estate offices where the norm and the best way to do business for real estate agents.

Real estate being such a competitive business, there are many agents that join and leave the industry by the day.

In my opinion, boutique agencies are best for most agents.

Hey boutique offices a smaller office that has a hands-on broker and sales manager, these people are there to educate and guide you.

In a big agency you will have to pay for a coach, where in the boutique the education is part of the business model.

All the knowledge in the world from coaching will not be effective unless you know how to use that knowledge in real life, this comes from the mentoring of people who is been in the industry.

You will get this mentoring in a boutique, not so much in the mega office.

A good mentor can turn an average agent into a great agent, getting a listing is one thing but closing it is another.

Call Keith Furrow for mentoring and coaching in the Gulf Coast area, (850) 462- 8173.


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Carol Zingone
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Florida Network Realty - Jacksonville Beach, FL
Global Realtor in Jax Beach, FL - ABR, CRS, CIPS
I feel as though my office is more of a boutique outpost of the larger brand - but agree, the smaller, the more the focus is on education.
Oct 23, 2013 09:38 PM #1
Andrew Payne Realtor® Richmond VA Homes For Sale~804-938-5257~
Piedmont Real Estate - Richmond, VA
Richmond, VA, Real Estate, SRES®, NAR Green

This post really struck a chord for me!  I happen to be associated with a boutique office where I live, Long & Foster Strawberry Street, in Richmond, VA.  Since transferring there last March, I've found it much easier to get to know other agents, cultivate comradery and improve my various skills as an agent!  Formerly in a large office, I now am much happier being in a boutique office setting. When it's convenient, I can easily walk to my office from home!


Oct 24, 2013 12:51 AM #2
Keith Furrow and Associates Realty - Gulf Breeze, FL
Thank you Andrew and Carol for your comments
Oct 26, 2013 09:33 PM #3
Joan Fitton
Keller Williams Southern Nevada - Mesquite, NV
CRS, ABR, RSPS, kw New Homes Ambassador
I work in a small office. Our broker has whole group meetings twice a month. Lots to share and discuss and the small group size makes it possible. Also, if anyone has an issue, everyone has valuable advice!
Oct 27, 2013 01:36 PM #4
Keith Furrow and Associates Realty - Gulf Breeze, FL

Hey Joan,


I also feel the intimate size of a smaller office is best for many who want the advanges of what that intimacy brings to them.


Oct 27, 2013 10:25 PM #5
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