Should New Agents Join A Team Or Go Solo

Dated: 08/08/2017

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Should New Agents Join a Team or Go Solo?

A critical decision all new real estate professionals must make when they join the business is whether they want to establish themselves as an individual agent or as part of a team. Neither choice necessarily presents a smoother road to success than the other. It depends on what’s most important to you. If you crave a strong support system to help you get up and running, you probably want to join a team. But if you thrive on being independent—and you want to keep as much of your commission as possible—you may want to fly solo. Two agents who chose opposite paths explain the benefits and drawbacks of each.from Realtor Magazine

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