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Typically you can net six figures wiihtn three years of starting in the business. Some of the larger firms allow you the opportunity to work on a team with senior brokers who may pay you a nominal salary for a year or two ($ 25,000/annum-$ 45,000/annum) or allow you a monthly draw to be reimbursed to the firm by your future commissions. You need to understand the commission split structure with the firm you are working for and what it covers (desk cost, etc.). Many of the larger firms take a larger share of your commissions but have lots of resources and salaried staff in marketing, research, etc that smaller firms offering higher splits don't. You also need to understand if you will be an independent contractor or an employee. Many smaller firms do not offer benefits (i.e. medical, 401k options, etc.) while some of the larger firms do. Regardless of where you land, your first couple of years will most likely be spent cold calling tenants and landlords and trying to gain experience by working smaller deals.
LOL. Abolishing regulations spmily means that employers and employees can tailor wage/safety mixes to their own specifications, .. You are really ignorant of history aren't you. This is exactly what will happen, miners will die. You stupid fuck libertarians will have removed the right of collective bargaining, the miners will have no legal recourse. The progressive movement will begin again 100 years after the 1st. Adios.
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Jason Sant or Jim Brick hmmm both are crooks. He thinks he is smarter than you, quicker than you and better than you. The SEC should have nailed his and Tyler's butt to a wall somewhere, but they gave em a slap on the wrist. I wouldn't trust either one of them with 10 bucks of my money
I know Jason personally, and he's not a bad person. He had several projects that could not get refinanced when the market crashed. He was put in a very difficult position, and did the best he could with the worst real estate crash in our lifetime. Get over it and move on
I don't blame Jason for the crash....just the $20K he owed me but never paid. He made money on the deals...I ended up with 3 forclosures and a bankruptcy. Don't just this man...being sewed by a lot of people and in trouble with the IRS...look out Jason!!
I've worked with Jason for several years, and have made a lot of money. He's always been completely up front, and brutally honest, which I know some people dont like. Not sure what the problems below are, but I guess a lot of people have lost money in real estate over the last few years because of the crash. Everyone wants a scapegoat...