When choosing the real estate company that you work with, there are many considerations. Some, you may not have thought about before signing up. The good news is that you are always free to make changes and upgrade your career. Finding a good match will make all the difference in your ability to succeed. We extend an invitation to you to discover 1st Heritage Realty and see if this is the right brokerage for you!
Why 1st Heritage Realty?
- Unparalleled support provided by an experienced and available broker.
- Superb industry training, provided at no cost to our agents, covering all aspects of the real estate process.
- Access to cutting-edge lead-generating technology solutions, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tools at no additional expense to our agents.
- Convenient office facilities, with all the necessary equipment to support you.
- Family oriented culture. Family style office environment.
- Supportive administrative and staff, providing transaction coordination, compliance, and technical support.
- NO franchise fee, royalty fees, office or desk fee, copier and supplies fee, telephone monthly fee, fax and email usage fee, office supplies or training fees.
- Top commission splits with no hidden fees.
Things to consider when shopping for a new brokerage:
- It is a good idea to interview with a few places before making a final decision.
- Identify the key qualities you want out of your brokerage; what is important to you and your success.
- Remember that you are not stuck with your current company!
- Find out what the technology platform looks like, is there training, are there extra fees?
- Get a feel for the office atmosphere and culture. Some agents prefer a family-like environment with a spirit of cooperation, rather than the cut-throat competitive attitudes at some companies.
- Take a tour of the office and meet the agents, going to an office meeting is a great way to do this.
- Find a company that can help you with your business plan and your goals for success.
Are you thinking about a NEW career in real estate?