Special offer

Weichert Realtors opens first and only Orange County office!!!!

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Weichert, Realtors Premier Team

Weichert, Realtors Comes to Orange County


Weichert, Realtors, Premier Team is proud to announce to Grand Opening of our office in Lake Forest. Weichert, Realtors is the third largest full service real estate company in the United States with 2006 sales eclipsing $74 Billion. Weichert, Realtors currently has over 500 offices nationally, with 330 franchised offices in 29 states.


As the first and only franchised office in Orange County, Weichert, Realtors Premier Team are now actively interviewing both new and experienced agents (Full-Time or Part-Time) to join us in our beautiful, state of the art office in Lake Forest, CA.


What we will give you:


1.) Excellent Commission Splits

2.) Free, company generated leads to work on (something no other company will do)

3.) New Agent and Experienced Agent training

4.) New Agent mentoring

5.) Real Estate Licensing School

6.) No Desk Fees

7.) No copier or phone fees

8.) Low E & O Insurance cost

9.) Your own, personal website provided for free

10.) Updesk/Floor time opportunities

11.) Relocation laeds

12.) Weichert Lead Referral Network

13.) No annual technology fees


This is your golden opportunity to join a company that will take the market by storm.


Call us today at (949) 830-SOLD (7653) to set up your confidential appointment.

James Lowenstern
Castles Unlimited® - Newton, MA
Castles Unlimited. Newton MA Real Estate


Welcome to Weichert.  I'm the President of the Northern N.E. Council and the broker/owner of the Newton, MA office.  Just be careful with your facts.  $74 Billion was 2005. $73 Billion in 2006.  I hear we are currently in 35 states with approximately 550 offices.  As far as the standings in size...#2 at this point behind NRT...and we are not the largest "full-service" broker...never heard that, and it really shouldn't apply here...but largest "Privately-held" brokerage...I believe that is correct.  Just want all our people to shy away from hype.  Best of luck!

Jim Lowenstern

Jul 09, 2007 12:34 AM