Estate Agents Tips: Real Estate Tips for New Agents- How do I pick a brokerage? (part 3)

Estate Agents Tip: Real Estate Tips for New Agents- How do I pick a brokerage? (part 3)



Check out Part 1 if you’re THINKING about getting into Real Estate
Check out PART 2 about dress code, prospecting, best time to door knock! :

In this video we answer the questions:
1. What does your daily schedule look like? Hour breakdown
2. I’m new in the business, should I cut my commission?
3. How to I pick a brokerage? Does the name of the company matter?
4. How do you pick what area or neighborhood to door knock?

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18 thoughts on “Estate Agents Tips: Real Estate Tips for New Agents- How do I pick a brokerage? (part 3)

  1. Hey Loida and Bryan, thanks for the videos! I'm just now studying to become a real estate agent and agree with your tip on prospecting in the morning. I'm wondering if you have a certain order you like to do your prospecting in (calls first, door knocking after, etc.)? I'm just wondering because I know a lot of people are getting ready for work in the mornings/getting the kids ready for school, so do you prefer to door knock a bit later and make calls first thing? Cheers!

  2. What do you say to a buyer when you are driving through a neighborhood with several houses for sale… And they say "why are there so many houses for sale in this neighborhood?" Bc they are concerned why everyone's moving out of there lol do you have a good answer on how to respond?

  3. What state are you guys realtors in ? And I also wanted to know what is a realistic salary you may make in your first year ? I am in Charlotte NC and I spoke with a successful realtor here she has been in the biz for 10 yrs. and she told me that her first 2 yrs she only made $15,000 per year … that seems so low to me especially when you look at the amount of $$$$$ you spend on classes state exam and desk fees. And If you are switching careers how much do you guys believe you should have in savings before attempting becoming a realtor

  4. Thank you Loida, especially by answering my questions individually thru fb. I do like the discipline of hourly schedule that you guys have. Seeing Bryan confidence is helping me on how I approach people and been getting  positive results. Thank you again guys!

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