Like a tumultuous market, a real estate office can run high with emotions. A deal goes south; the office printer jams yet again; a co-worker snubs you. These seemingly small things can build up, making you ripe for the approach from a competing brokerage. You’re steamed just enough that you might sit down and listen to what someone else has to say. Of course, there’s no harm in listening. However, before you make a move that could affect your pocketbook, relationships and productivity, take a minute to review the signs of a great company below. If your current company already exhibits these qualities, you may want to stay put. But if you find yourself stretching to equate your current company to the qualifiers below, a positive change may be the move you need. Solid reputation Going with a brand you know and trust will not only put your mind at ease but also your clients'. A positive reputation can attract new clients and retain loyal patrons. Having a solid compan...
- Switching companies can cost you time and money.
- Carefully assess what and who you’d be leaving behind.
- Conduct diligent research to determine if you’d actually want to work at the new company.
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