When starting a new real estate career, or even when just changing brokers to start a new trajectory, often time agents have a LOT of questions that they want answered. We’ve attempted to address the most commonly asked questions below, but if you have a question that isn’t answered, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
How Much Can I Expect to Earn?
Your earning potential is limited only by what you put into your business. Grobecker & Co. offers the best available training and coaching, but ultimately YOU have to do the work to grow your business.
Where Do I Take my Classes?
Grobecker & Co. has joined with the California Association of Realtors to offer customized pre-license training.
What is the Commission Split?
Agents receive 100% of their commissions and pay a flat broker fee of $500. This fee includes E&O insurance.
Benefits of working with us:
- Get paid within 3 days of closing escrow
- No monthly franchise, office desk or start-up fee
- No quotas required
- Full-time broker support with sales and technical training
- FREE Adobe Ecosign electronic signature technology for all documents
- We provide FREE $1,000,000 Errors and Omission (E&O) Coverage for real estate transactions
- FREE associate website and email address
- FREE business cards and signage templates
What is your Mission Statement?
Our Mission is to exceed our customer/client expectations while increasing the growth and profitability of our associates and company by promoting success through: Community Service, Teamwork, Consulting, Technology, Ethics, Training, and Recruiting.
What is your Vision Statement?
Our Vision is to be the benchmark in the real estate industry by consistently raising the standards of excellence.
What is the office policy for advertising?
Grobecker & Co. has long advocated for promoting the agent, not Grobecker & Co. That being said, agents are encouraged to develop their own brand and advertising so long as it falls within SFAR and MLS guidelines.
Does the Broker compete for listings?
No. Our broker does not actively compete or market for listings. As a matter of fact, our broker has taken a hands on approach to helping agents develop THEIR business by serving as the market center business coach.
How does the office advertise?
Through online mediums such as Trulia, Zillow, Craigslist, Redfin, Yelp, Google, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
Here’s the bottom line:
Average San Francisco SFH price: $1,000,000
2.5% commission: $25,000
Less broker fee ($500): $24,500
Agent keeps 99% of transaction revenue!
Interested in working with us? Apply today or schedule a meeting! Call (415) 259-7232