Hey BP family,
So I passed both the national and state exam yesterday on the first try. I doubt anybody remembers but a month or two back I posted in this forum asking if I should drop the online schooling and go to a traditional one since I didn't feel like I was learning much the online method. I was essentially told to man up which is what I did, finished the course and aced the tests. So thanks to all the people who pushed me.
I failed to find a brokerage to work for before I was finished, not the end of the world since I'm leaving the state in a week for a mini vacation and just want to find one before them. I plan on going to the local Keller-Williams and checking them out because I have heard they have an outstanding training program which is what I am looking for. My question to you guys is do you know of any other brokerages that provide any good mentor ship or training programs that I should check out?
I look forward to the feedback and thanks for all the support!
Yes! Checkout Keller William's, they're #1 in training across all industries
I can personally attest that the Coldwell Banker training program is the best in the business. I've heard KW is good, but I've met KW agents who were in a class I was speaking at and they attested the same thing..that CB had better training than KW.
Other than those two, none of the other big players compare.
If you are just going to help investors buy properties and work with buyers/renters, then just go to a small company with a higher split. The bigger companies offer A LOT of tools/training to help you get SELLERS so if you don't plan to do that, you are wasting your split on tools you won't ever use.
@Stephen Spradley As the others said, I've heard KW is great with training.
Keller Williams...check out the Millionaire Real Estate Agent book to start as well.