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Top 10 Reasons Real Estate Agents are Joining EXP Realty

Top 10 Reasons Real Estate Agents are Joining EXP Realty

Why Real Estate Agents are Joining EXP Realty The growth at eXp Realty is nothing short of amazing, but it’s no surprise! REALTORS and Brokers are attracted to the commission splits, lead generation tools, the revenue share program and the opportunity to be an owner in the company with our stock program. The online or “cloud” office is also very appealing to those real estate agents who are always on the move and want to have easy access to the office and the live training classes from anywhere in the world. After being a part of EXP Realty for the last 2+ years, I’m even more excited about all that we’ve achieved and where we are headed. If you are wondering if EXP Realty is the right real estate brokerage for you and your business, here are some of the many reasons that real estate agents are making the leap to join EXP Realty:   Top 10 Reasons to Join EXP Realty 1)   EXP Stock awarded to all Realtors and Brokers – everyone is an owner in the brokerage! 2)   Kunversion lead generation website for every agent 3)   Making it Rain Lead Generation Program (lead gen on autopilot) 4)   Fully-staffed Technology Team available for ALL of your marketing and technology questions 5)   Customization, top-ranked WordPress websites, allowing to you build YOUR brand 6)   Coaching and Accountability Workshops – collaborate with top agents around the country 7)   Great commission splits with a low annual cap 8)   20+ Hours of LIVE Training classes every week 9)   Opportunity for multiple revenue streams 10)  The Industry’s Best Revenue Share...
Your First Month as a Real Estate Agent

Your First Month as a Real Estate Agent

30 Things to Do in Your First Month as a Real Estate Agent Are you a newly licensed real estate agent?  If you’re fresh out of real estate school, you are probably thrilled that you passed the test and found a great broker…. but have no idea what to do next!   Real estate schools do not prepare you for what it takes to become a successful REALTOR, so your first month as a real estate agent is often overwhelming.  Below you will find tips to help you put a plan in place, so you have all the tools, knowledge and confidence needed to get launch a successful new career in real estate!   Get Organized 1)  Order business cards – a basic card is fine in the beginning, you can always order more later with your website and branding 2)  Purchase your eKey to order to access  and show houses 3)  Get a professional headshot  4)  Write a quick bio – even though you don’t have any experience (yet), share your background, values and let readers know why they would benefit and enjoy working with you 5)  Gather names, addresses and emails of everyone you know (this is your new database or sphere of influence)   Let People Know About Your New Real Estate Career 6)  Create a short letter and mail to your database to let them know that you’re now in real estate, loving it and are here to assist them – and anyone they know 7)  Create a MailChimp.com eNewsletter account (it’s free!) and then add all the names and emails from your new database so that you can send them...
Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate

Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate

Did you just get your real estate license?   Not sure what to do first?   Feeling overwhelmed? No worries, we have it covered!  Throughout the Building Better Agents website you will find resources, tips and information that will help you formulate a plan and avoid some of the common pitfalls many new real estate agents experience. The first thing we would like to share with you is a FANTASTIC “Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate” created by our friends at Placester.  Enjoy! 2014 Beginner’s Guide to Being a Real Estate Agent [ebook] from...
Real Estate Commissions by State

Real Estate Commissions by State

Thinking about getting your real estate license? Below are all the US real estate commissions, where you will find instructions for to obtain a real estate license, training and other state licensing requirements: AlabamaAlaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas KentuckyLouisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North DakotaOhio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin...
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