Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 30 January 2019
I worked as a Realtor, my hours were flexible, I worked open houses on weekends to find clients. I am still currently a Realtor but looking for something with a steady paycheck, I was responsible for meeting clients, determining clients needs, showing homes, negotiating offers and writing offers. I had to make sure closings went smoothly. I currently do my own bookkeeping,
Real Estate Administrator (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 2 November 2018
The team leader does whatever he needs to make a sale, even if that means preventing you from developing your career. He uses himself as an example when trying to inspire others. He does not care about you unless you are actively putting him on a pedestal and do not expect any praise. If you are someone who needs positive reinforcement, this job is not for you.
Front Desk Administrator/Receptionsit/Secretary (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 June 2018
I worked briefly as a Front Desk Admin Assistant and it was A LOT of work for such little pay. Royal LePage is a company where you set your own salary -- and as good as that sounds, its really not true, as they decide your pay for you at the end of the day. Other Front Desk Admin Assistants were getting paid ~$18/hr. This made me feel severely underpaid, especially as I was going above and beyond and outperforming the others. There are NO benefits. And yes, you're expected to work on Federal Holidays like Canada Day. Not all RLP firms have the same schedule, so be weary of which one you get hired at -- whether it is Signature Club, Terrequity, etc.
The staff were nice, and generally a bit older. Which makes it a little harder to relate to them, but no complaints on the friendly and relaxed environment.
People were nice.
No parking, no benefits, low pay, lack of recognition, they can move you around to different branches -- even if its far.
A basic day at work was 90 % of our time was on the telephone. It was a very busy work place, you had to multi task all day long. Most of the people w
RECEPTIONIST/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 29 January 2018
A basic day at work was 90 % of our time was on the telephone. It was a very busy work place, you had to multi task all day long. Most of the people were amazing to work with. Rare to have down time, but when you did it was always enjoyable.
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 31 July 2017
Greet realtors Answer messages left from the night before Turn on computers to warm up Greet costumers and realtors as they enter Review work that was done the day before Friendly environment Hardest part- knowing who has done what Most enjoyable part- how friendly and helpful everyone is there
Broker (Current Employee) – Bracebridge, ON – 28 September 2017
Progressive company with several locations. You are classified as an independent contractor. Majority of focus is lead generation and follow-up. Lots of fees applicable in the Real estate industry making this an expensive venture.
Real Estate Sales (Current Employee) – Bolton, ON – 21 February 2017
Made great relationships along the way, the harder you work the more money you can make, there is no limit to the income, learned alot about people, its a job where you can make as much money as your went.
The most enjoyable part of the job was my clients faces when they bought a home, They were so Thankful for my help and guidance.
The hard part of the job was lack of benefits, commission only and the slower parts of the year.
Excellent, well organized company with a lot of support for employees.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 13 January 2017
My experience with Royal LePage Your Community Realty has been excellent. The management is very good and they genuinely seem to care about the success and happiness of their employees. They provide many opportunities and support wherever it is needed.
Flexibility and opportunity for growth
There are no benefits or base salary for sales people as that is the nature of the business.
Senior Agent Support Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 February 2017
I made and still have good friends at this location. The agents are amazing to work with. My ex co-workers were a great people to work with. Every Christmas party we would get dressed up and have fun and laughter. During the Christmas break, the Agents would get together and give the staff a Xmas Bonus.
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 24 January 2016
Helped clients in analyzing and advising on the perfect home or Real Estate investments projects. Learned to proactively identify business and Investment opportunities for the clients. Management was great help and professional at all times, helped meet deadlines as a team with other Real Estate professionals in the industry. was difficult at time when showing homes in the harsh winters but learned to be productive at all times. The best reward was at times of success in helping meet client financial and investment goals.
Self employed working for the company, only paid when something sells.
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Sussex, NB – 5 November 2015
You need a lot of money to get started in this. You have alot of expenses with company office fees insurance, mls fees,It does take alittle while to get your frist commision check also. So if you do not have $10,000 or more saved up do not bother. 90 per cent of the money in real estate is made by 10 per cent of the agents.
you work your own hours, helping people buy and sell real estate.
you pay to work there, office fees over $500.00 a month.then they take half of your commision when you make a sale.
Secretary/Receptionist/ Administration (Current Employee) – Montreal – 11 August 2015
Atmosphere is pleasant I enjoy helping out all the brokers and assist them either it's computer problems, Comm. Checks to be sent by mail or to pay their Commissons and assist the Accounting Dep't everyone is self-employed and they can travel at any time, I 'm the only Secretary that is on the Pay roll.
My pay check is too low and I need a higher paying salary, I'm mostly alone in the Morning but when there's work it's even more pleasant,
Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Wellington, ON – 30 May 2016
A typical day at work is answering the phone and greeting any customers that may walk in off the street. I spend most of my time folding flyers and stamping envelopes for marketing purposes. It's generally a pretty laid back office.