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I've been with HomeSmart since 2016. My volume is over $7 million for the last couple of years. My transaction fees are only $400 with a small monthly fee. I don't really feel like they challenge me enough. I would like to be busier (more leads would be ideal).

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I paid $25/mo and a $300 transaction fee. My volume was low with HomeSmart, which is why I left for a brokerage that provides leads. I do like traditional real estate better than new home sales, but I couldn't survive without leads

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I decided to leave HomeSmart. It was a great brokerage, but new agents are left on their own. No leads or support. 100% commission with $399 transaction fees. And $75 quarterly to hang your license.

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The transaction fees at HomeSmart were very high, and the leads have dried up. There was very little support from them which is why I want a change. I paid $300 annually plus $350 per transaction. Moved on to a new brokerage with more personal mentorship.

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I was with HomeSmart Realty in Sacramento. Quite simply, the leads promised and commission promised on paper to me were not met.

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Homestart provided no leads, which didn't help at all with my desire to ultimately transition to real estate full time. I ultimately made the decision to move on to a more supportive environment with lead generation opportunities.

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This is a very traditional brokerage (Theres no support or leads to assist an agent to grow their portfolio). On top of that, theres poor communication. 80/20 split.

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They're a great brokerage, but I'm always on my own. There are not many leads or support from them. $399 transaction fee and $75 quarterly to hang your license.

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Phoenix

I do think it's a very positive environment, but I am looking at leaving. There's low volume with HomeSmart, which is why I'm looking for a change. There are no leads and I've lost some of my sphere of influence.

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I was with HomeSmart in Atlanta in 2019, and didn't get a lot of interaction from them. I left to go into the commercial side of the business. I did get certified for commercial real estate, but my broker referred all commercial deals out, which frustrated me a bit.

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I oversaw the entire day to day operations for my division. The commission splits were fine and I grossed $150,000+ per year. I didn't think there was a major support system in place, or that there were the right tools to succeed. My personal real estate sales really took off at HomeSmart but I have noticed limitations with the brokerage in providing continued growth.

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I'm not unhappy with the brokerage, but my mentor who recruited me to join HomeSmart is so busy, that he doesn't spend much time with me. I do a lot of networking and try to stay proactive with getting and generating leads (tried Zillow and had a bad experience with them...). More consistency would be helpful.