They hire anyone licensed and ready to pay their franchise fees
Tests, payment for supplies, and meetings.
Answered - Realtor (Former Employee) - Allen, TX 75013
The Operating Principal portrays an office rich in culture, support, training and leadership. Opportunities to expand ones experience and learn from some of the best in the industry. All a mirage once you sign on the dotted line.
Answered - Realtor (Former Employee) - Cary, NC
Extensive. At least 4 interviews.
Answered - manager (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
Nice and professional
Answered - REAL ESTATE SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) - Temecula, CA
No interview process. You pay to work here and you have to be a licensed real estate agent.
Answered - Real Estate Agent (Current Employee) - Hudson Oaks, TX
The interview process was pretty standard, they explain how the company work and you figure out if its the place for you.
Answered - Realtor (Current Employee) - 28091 S. Western Ave Ste.139
Short interview process as I was an agent in the company. They were familiar wth me & what I would bring to the company.
Answered - Director of Agent Services (Former Employee) - Manhasset, NY
It was long and included a lot of paper work but it was very professional and informative.
Answered - Real Estate Broker (Current Employee) - Federal Way, WA
Went over what they offer, the opportunities and their steps to success.
Answered - Real Estate Agent (Current Employee) - Roseville, CA