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Brokerage Recommendations For New Salesperson (GTA)

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Brokerage Recommendations For New Salesperson (GTA)

Hi RFD friends,
Just finished my OREA pre-registration courses.
Any recommendations to start career? Anyone mind sharing experiences with the brokerage you started with?
Please also share what I should expect in a commission split negotiation (actual numbers), split vs desk fee. I am willing to sacrifice $ for training/support to start (I should right?).
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bosoxfanx wrote:
Mar 13th, 2019 4:51 pm
Hi RFD friends,
Just finished my OREA pre-registration courses.
Any recommendations to start career? Anyone mind sharing experiences with the brokerage you started with?
Please also share what I should expect in a commission split negotiation (actual numbers), split vs desk fee. I am willing to sacrifice $ for training/support to start (I should right?).
average is 90%-95% split once you are established and dont need support , but if you want to learn the ropes and do it right, hook up with an experienced broker
for 75% split for around a year or 2 ....

dont be like some of the idiot realtors out there who lead their clients into bad deals / paperwork and then end up in a lawsuit.....
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75% seem high for a beginner.. that’s with desk fees?
any recommended brokerages?
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anyone? :)
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Right at Home is a great brokerage, they provide support and education for new registrants.
They have education events throughout the month.
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thanks, any other ones?
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