Coldwell Banker

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4.25/5

based on 36 reviews

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I originally went to Coldwell Banker because of a family member who is in real estate. I enjoy the programs that they offer. Make sure you understand all the programs offered inside and out - they could really help you! I get 95.5% over 250k in production and pay about $189 in fees per month.

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It's a great brokerage. They have a lot of learning opportunities and systems to assist their new and senior agents. I think it is a really good brokerage for new agents to join because it is one of the biggest brokerages, and they have all kinds of departments for different areas in real estate. They have a department for rentals, apartment locating, property management, and all kinds of real estate opportunities.

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They take too much money. There are too many desk fees, they give you a shitty return on work that you do, there's no way of moving up on your residual and no type of retirement program. The broker that I had was great and knowledgeable. but when it comes to it, they are not a broker centric agency anymore, but more of an agent-centric company. So brokerages aren't doing business because of the name, they are doing it businesses because of you, and what you can do for them.

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What do you like about Coldwell Banker?
Great training. Great instructors. Friendly environment. You can call any one for help even the President of the company wants to know you personally and wants to help.

What are some things to improve upon?
As a new agent, I wish I can get leads from my office; but I am given floor time to be able to receive calls or customer walking in the office.

Anything else you'd like to share with other agents?
I would like to invite new agents to join Coldwell Banker because Real Estate is not easy if you don't get good education, advertisement, help to develop your brand! Coldwell Banker Brokerage is THE # 1 to give you all the tools to succeed.

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I really like being a part of this brokerage. Besides being a nationwide brand name, They have many resources and marketing tools to help agents bring in more traffic. Being nationwide also makes it easy to transition when an agent or client moves out of state. It's definitely a good and supportive brokerage.

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Worked for Coldwell Banker in Indiana. I decided to leave because I moved across the country. After some time, it was time for a change.

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The brokerage itself is great. They provide great training, and everybody is always available to offer assistance. We also have access to 3 brokers that come into the office every day, and all we have to do it walk into their office. I absolutely love being apart of their family.

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There is training provided every week onsite, that way, us agents can get the experience and speak to people to get a feel of everything. They also provide us phone time to get leads. Most agencies don't give you that opportunity. Our brokerage is very well known, and the best part of that is that we are able to transfer referrals out of state. Definitely a great brokerage.

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I'm looking for more of a team setting. I'm kind of a one-man band (very secluded). I needed to change things up and find a way to make more money. I get 80/20 commission splits and pay $179 per month in fees.

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The best part is they provided us with classes, trainings and leads. Right now, I am happy with them so I don't think there's anything I want to change. I think commission splits were fair including fees, and they provide the level of support I need.

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Great company to work for

They have a great team. I just left there because of a family situation. For me, the commission split needs to be where I want it to be. They go by volume, and since I was out taking care of my brother, my volume went down.  I wasn't able to produce like I normally do. And then the commission split was lower. For me, doing real estate for 19 plus yrs, I just don't feel I should be getting a 70-30 split.

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Mostly experienced agents

The best part of it, is you are being surrounded by experienced real estate agents. I wish we had more training, but I think it's the same for every company. If I could suggest an improvement, I would add more attention and training to new agents. I think the commission splits were fair. They don't provide support or leads.

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Don't have any major issues

The best part is their platform. I really like their CRM. Every agency has transaction fees, and I totally understand that. I do think the commission splits were fair. They offer free internal and external trainings. They don't really provide leads unless you sit in and people call in the office while you're there. I did that for 6 months just to get started.