Century 21

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3.41/5

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I love how the brokerage has two brokers who have over 60 years of experience in the industry. They are not greedy, like other brokers. They actually share the knowledge they have with their agents and make sure they are well trained for success. The office always operates as a whole, and everybody is always willing to guide you with contracts if you are not certain of what to do. They really do help you get on your feet and make you feel at home.

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There's limited career options with what's being provided at Century 21. For personal reasons, I need the ability to grow financially, and that room for growth just is not available to me. My commission split is 75/25.

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I liked the tools, training, and professional listing presentations. I got to work on and a big project in marketing which was fun! My split was 85/15. I'm moving to another city, so need to find a new brokerage.

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Left Century 21 because I wanted a better opportunity, a good team, and a better environment. I wasn't getting that with the team I was on. 87% split.

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Century 21 in Dallas

Nice workplace, nice environment. They'll make sure you are always productive, so you sometimes end up with a lot on your plate. But, they give a fair share of commission, and a lot of training to hone your skills in this industry.

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Commission-based

I like that everyone is supportive of each other. Free training for new agents. The tenured agents are more than happy to assist new ones. The pay is commission based, so nothing is guaranteed. You'll have a hard time if you don't work hard.

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The office and work culture are better than anything I have ever experienced. They have high positivity, and everybody helps each other out. It's not like other brokerages where they are all competitive. They also provide the best agent tools and provide free classes when it comes to CMA's and prospecting. Everybody is very nice, helpful, and their comradery surpasses anything I've encountered. They are a great brokerage that gives back to the community, and I am really glad with my decision. If I had chosen another company, I would've missed out on a great opportunity.

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Century 21 Olympian required a lot of fees, and I wasn't making enough to pay those fees and still pay for leads. I also didn't have time for a full-time job because I have classes. My split was 70/30

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There's a poor commission split & no leads provided. There was no real network to work off to obtain my own leads.

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Biggest name in real estate

This is one of the biggest names in real estate, and the tools provided are much better than any of the other brokerages. The training for newbies is ample, and the culture of the company is one where people will help each other. The best part (for new agents just getting started especially) - Century21 will shoulder all of the costs for signs and collateral, which as far as I know, isn't something that any other broker providers.

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I'm working for Century 21 as a referral agent. Last year, I had to get another job in sales since being an agent didn't bring in much income. I only sold one property.

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I want to get my career moving & it's not happening with Century 21. Thinking of leaving because I have nothing sold with them. There are a couple of pending deals but nothing closed. Looking for upward mobility, and maybe getting started with commercial. 80/20 split and $79 in monthly fees.

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There was a poor commission split & no leads at all. There was no real network to work off to obtain my own leads.

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I'm looking for a change because my previous Broker-In-Charge (BIC) is no longer with Century 21 (he has great morals and integrity). The new BIC is a very nasty person. This BIC is also "feeding" his new agents leads and not giving leads to existing agents. The office manager is also very crooked

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Commissions are good

The commissions can be high, after you take out the administrative fees. They don't give training, you have to go to the board for that.

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I'm just really a newbie and have been working part time in the real estate industry. A lot of Brokers make promises they don't keep, hence why I'm not actively working for Century 21 and am looking for a more ethical broker.

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Century 21 doesn't have properly integrated technology. Times have changed and they are not as known as they used to be. My split is 80/20