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great place to work
Realtor (Former Employee), Morgan Hill, CAAugust 21, 2014
Pros: flex time
Cons: high desk rent
Fun and relaxed place to work. I was used to being on my own, and having to pay 'desk rent' was a hard concept for me.
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Outstanding office to bring in potential clients
Real Estate Agent (Current Employee), Irving, TXAugust 20, 2014
Great office location. Love the convenience to everything.
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Real Estate sales
Realtor/Property mgr (Former Employee), Atascadero, CAAugust 17, 2014
Pros: learning experiance
Cons: low commissions
Real estate sales in Atascadero Ca. learned the business so I could venture out on my own.
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Productive and quiet
Realtor Assistant (Former Employee), Topeka, KSAugust 12, 2014
Pros: free snacks and drinks
Cons: not many hours available; minimal growth
Days are not typical at this job. Every day I did something different, like updating calendars, contact books, or putting open house folders together. I learned more about the realtor world and what goes into selling a house. I didn't have any co workers here except my manager. The hardest part of the job was learning to navigate my manager's websites, – more... and the most enjoyable part was having drinks and snack s provided, and the quiet environment. – less
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Working for self
Realtor (Former Employee), Broken Arrow OKAugust 12, 2014
Pros: the pay
Cons: the market
Starting a business is very difficult but rewarding.
My co-workers were very helpful.
Hardest part of the job, having to give it up, most memorable, knowing I could do it.
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Great Job
Commercial Sales and Leasing Agent (Current Employee), Bethel, CTAugust 11, 2014
This job is based on who you know and what you make of it. Endless possibilities.
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Fun and productive workplace
Assistant (Former Employee), Lansing, MIAugust 11, 2014
Loved working here!
The company treated me great.
Wish I could have the chance to become full time there.
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Great place to sell real estate in Central PA
Associate Broker (Current Employee), Camp Hill PAAugust 9, 2014
Pros: location
Cons: competition is huge
Great group of focused realtors. Team work is excellent.

Just southwest of the state capitol, Camp Hill offers a wonderful place to live while still being close to the hustle and bustle of city life. Coldwell Banker Homestead Group Select Professionals office is located on Market Street. We offer title services to back up all of our real estate professionals, – more... Stop in or call today to find out how the great professionals in Camp Hill can help you buy or sell your home. – less
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Great Company but could have better benefits.
Sales Associate/Realtor (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAAugust 7, 2014
A typical day at work would be business training/meetings, making phone calls for new prospects, researching properties, setting up appointments, taking clients to see homes, etc. The management is friendly and always pushes you to make goals and achieve your goals. My co-workers are friendly and encouraging as well. The hardest part of the job is that – more... it is commission based and it is not financially consistent enough to take care of a family. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping customers either find a home or sale their home and the flexibility of the work hours. – less
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Busy friendly office
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Aventura, FLAugust 3, 2014
Take clients, via golf cart, around real estate development showing clients properties for sale or drive them to other off-site properties.

Learned to handle some disappointment. Some buyers are liars!

Supportive management.

Co-workers become best friends.

Hardest part of job: Rental evictions.

Most enjoyable: Beautiful development on the Intracoastal.
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Fun place to work
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee), Chicago, ILJuly 30, 2014
Enjoyed the interaction with all the agents and customers.
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Great company with great management.
Realtor (Former Employee), Colleyville, TXJuly 26, 2014
Pros: chance for income increase.
Cons: long hours that included nights, week-ends and holidays.
Coldwell Banker was one of the best companies I had the opportunity to work with in real estate. There is always room for advancement. I was just getting my clientele built up when we moved to the Houston area. I was self employed so there were no benefits but I knew that the next year my sales would have increased and would compensate for the lack – more... of benefits.

The job required working nights, weekends and holidays and usually seven days a week. It was a life style not a job. The first two years in a real estate company are the hardest because that is when you are building your clientele which requires extensive marketing and networking, After that, the referrals start coming in and it pays off.

I developed sales skills, negotiating skills, marketing skills and computer skills. My favorite part of real estate sales was getting to work with people from all over the United States. I enjoy being around people. – less
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fun place to work
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Wayzata, MNJuly 23, 2014
Pros: meeting new clients
Cons: clients changing their minds
A lot of customer interaction, meeting exciting clients, some of which were professional athletes
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Shattered dreams
Real Estate Referral Agent (Current Employee), Ridgefield, CTJuly 22, 2014
Pros: i am my own boss
Cons: dealing with people.i miss the interaction of day to day contact.
As a referral agent I am self-employed and affiliated with a real estate brokerage company. Therefore, I only get compensated for the business I bring in. .Due to the regulatory nature of this market and the highly competitive issue of too many agents chasing too few deals, I have found it necessary to seek employment outside of real estate sales..
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Fun, however unstable income
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAJuly 20, 2014
Pros: self-motivation, client interaction, flexible work schedule
Cons: unstable income
Built client relationships, researched properties and school districts for prospective buyers, hosted open houses, marketing, etc
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Great Career, great management, great co-workers
REALTOR (Former Employee), Temecula, CAJuly 14, 2014
Pros: flexible hours, good money, met wonderful people
Cons: long hours, paid by commissions only, hard to balance famijly life
I loved my career as a Realtor working with both Buyers & Sellers. I loved the community/city I lived in & worked with so I was very enthusiastic and it was easy to sell homes.
The long hours were difficult with a family.
Could make a lot of money some years and some years not so good due to the market.
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Great training bad commission split
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee), Myrtle Beach, SCJuly 14, 2014
Pros: good training, no boss breathing down neck
Cons: bad commission splits and they use you for advertising
Typical day involved cold calling, door knocking, office hours, and trying to persuade sellers to list their homes with me as well as preparing CMA's. Toughest part is you have to pay for most of the advertising, but must include Coldwell Banker's logo. When a house is sold I got to keep half of my 3% commission. At the time (bubble bust) Coldwell wanted – more... me to keep spending my money on advertising when people were not buying and then wanting half of my commission. No thanks. I leaned how to cold call and be more efficient. Started preapproving buyers and refused to show them any homes until they were pre approved as not to waste my time showing homes they could not afford on my dime. – less
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Part-time Realtor
Doug Arnold Real Estate - Real Estate Agent (Former Employee), DavisJuly 10, 2014
Pros: worked at my leisure
Cons: only made money when i sold a home
Assisted Husband mostly was his right hand. I did open houses and showed clients homes they were interested in.
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everyday was different and exciting
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Upper Montclair, NJJuly 10, 2014
Pros: free lunches at broker open houses
Cons: spending lots of money on gas traveling around to show homes
A typical day was going to the office to print out the new homes listed and going to see them. Then back to the office to work floor time for a couple of hours. Making appointments to see houses for clients. Then meeting clients to show the homes they are interested in. Learning many things everyday, getting to know what clients need and want in there – more... search for a new home. Learning all about relationships. My co-workers were always so helpful and would go out of their way to help on many levels.
The hardest part is letting go of the outcome of what might happen with a sale. Trusting the process will work out in the perfect time.
The most enjoyable is finding the exact home for buyers and seeing how happy they are. Also working with sellers who list and getting them more money for their home then what it listed at. – less
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Productive and fun
Real Estate agent (Former Employee), Real Estate agentJuly 9, 2014
Customer service, Lead generation, Satisfaction of helping people purchasing their first house.

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