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One might be in business on the own, but one’s kind of not a free agent. To work as a licensed realtor, one needs to work with a realtor. This realtor acts as the sponsor, which means he or she will be responsible for her actions as a realtor. As one can imagine, one must choose wisely. The realtor will determine whether one has a successful start to the real estate career or end up flailing around like a fish out of water. In this post, we’ll discuss what one needs to know to find the right local real estate brokers in Las Vegas, NV for one.
Not all brokers are the same
First, let’s get this out of the way: not all brokers are created equal. Some brokers focus on closing big deals. Others focus on building salespeople. But just because a broker is more sales-centric doesn’t make them a bad choice, especially if that’s what one’s looking for. What works for the needs and personality might not work for another agent. When choosing a broker, consider what they offer and what one needs. If one thinks one would benefit from a more hands-on mentor/trainee setup, choose the broker that offers this service. Know what one needs from a broker before the initial interview.
Which real estate companies are local to one?
There are two ways to find brokers that serve the area. The first way is to make a list of all the local real estate companies one can think of. Then go to Google and search for real estate agencies in the area. One might be surprised to find some companies one’ve never heard of. But don’t automatically rule out these companies. Just because one’s never heard of them doesn’t mean they don’t sell.
Ask about the money
Ahhh… Everyone’s favorite subject is money. Show me the money! Not every broker works the same. Some require a commission split. Others let one keep the commission while charging a flat fee. Some brokers may ask for more of the commission initially, but then change the split after working with them for a certain amount of time. Find out how the broker works without assuming it works like the others you’ve interviewed.