What's up BP!
I am a newer investor (holding 9 doors across 6 properties, and 1 active flip). I decided to get my real estate license so I can:
-Show myself listed properties
-Make my own offers
-Sell my own properties on the MLS
-Occasionally list/sell property for family / friends
I have completed the coursework, and have been studying like crazy for my state exam (which is tomorrow).
I am looking for a brokerage in Georgia that would be a good fit for me. Obviously, and especially considering my goals, I would like to find a brokerage without desk fees and other monthly costs. And I would also like to keep as much transaction money as possible.
Does anyone have any recommendations? Are there some brokerages that are better suited to the types of RE activities in which I would like to participate? Better to go with a larger firm? Or a smaller office? Any specific recommendations?
@Joshua Feit Following this discussion for the same reason. I did look up Optimum One and they seem to have a good arrangement.
Keller Williams is an awesome place to learn how to grow your business as an agent. We have a lot of flippers and other RE investors at the office. Most KW offices probably do not have ANY desks available so you wouldn't have a desk fee! Other good options are Virtual Properties, and EXP Realty. Look them up! Good luck on the State test!