Are you using agents for each investment deal? If so, depending on how large the deal you could save a bit of money. But that also means you are now in charge of marketing the properties, showings and doing all the paperwork that a normal realtor has to do. If your time is worth more than doing paperwork, I wouldn't become an agent.
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In your situation there would be a few pros.
- You earn a commission to buy your own properties.
- MLS access
- Access to houses whenever you want, no working around another persons schedule.
MLS access could be worth it alone - just to see all the info on all the properties in your area.
MLS, access to the forms, controlling my personal transactions, access to view property and representing people that wanted help were the reasons why I got a license.
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