My name is Jason, I'm in search of a small to mid-size brokerage in the Denver area. It would have to be an investor agent friendly brokerage. I've been with my current brokerage for just over 12 months and looking to make a change. I'm certainly a junior agent with a lot to learn and at the moment I'm only part time. But I am hoping to make the jump soon to full time.I would also love to be part of a wholesaling team or even a flipper team. In addition to being a licensed real estate agent I also have a bachelor's degree in Sociology and I'm confident I can be of some sort of use. I'm also a U.S. Navy veteran (just in case this info helps). I can find and apply to the larger brokerages online all day but it seems like the smaller ones are harder to find which is why I'm posting here. Ask me a question, lets chat!
@Jason Cacioppo Look into Your Castle Real Estate. They are a locally owned brokerage. The owner started the brokerage because he was an investor. They provide great investor tools and resources. I've been really happy with them.
Also, I run a small team that focuses on investing. I'll send you details on both.
@Chris Lopez Contacting you back, thank you so much!
@Jason Cacioppo - I recommend looking into eXp as an option too. Just joined them in January. You have the ability to make a lot of money in a lot of different ways. In just a few months, I have made $4,000 that I would not have made had I gone with any other brokerage.
It is a nation-wide one and they throw a lot of great events. Just purchased my ticket for a Tony Robbins event for $300. Usually his events cost $1,000+.
@Craig Curelop I'm familiar with their model but I'm not a huge fan of it. Thank you so much for reading my post.