Cost of Parking Your License
Real Estate Brokerage operations have been quickly changing to address new needs of Realtors. The old and out dated desk fees, exorbitant brokerage splits are becoming a thing of the Past. Franchises do little to earn your hard earned money.
Our Leader has over 16 years experience as Broker Owner of RE/MAX Vision Realty and subsequent Leadership Role at Royal Lepage Vision.
So we can safely say we are a Brokerage with a vision of the future. We are a virtual Brokerage – using tried and proven successful systems over the past 35 years. We make it easy for you.
Parking Your License with our NON-MLS Branch
You can park as long as you want. You can change to Active MLS Agent Status anytime you wish.The process will involved application your Real Estate Board. Even when Parked, you can still do referrals, co-operate with other Agents or continue working in the Real Estate field. You will get full support.
For Active Realtors – MLS Board Members
Our MLS Branch office caters to all Licensed Agents working with their MLS Boards. Come work with us – No Franchise Fee and No Desk Fee. Full service and on-line support – Broker Bay supported with Real Estate Trust Account and Commission Trust Account – on going Broker Support.. Click on the button to the right to review our current promotions.
Commission splits – for both Residential & Commercial transactions
There is only one Commission Plan – $160.00 annually
The Commissions splits are 90/10 or $495.00 per transaction – whichever is larger.
Lease transactions are at $150 per transaction or 10% of the Gross Commissions – which ever is larger.
Everything is in a written Agent Contract. All Commissions are paid electronically.
You will receive complete support as all our Full-Time Agents do.
By staying registered, you will be still licensed to sell in Ontario.
It’s really easy to transfer from ‘Park Your License‘ into a full-time Agen
To gather further info, simply send us the form below.
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We will create the required paperwork – it’s that easy.