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Thameen | 29 Jan 2015, 09:00 AM Agree 0
The broker manager is not paying attention to agents when they are critically in need of support. There is no periodical discussion sessions on topics that will help. For example: Discussing about handling assignment clause properties , updating the agents with the new information . They are only concerned about adding new agents all the time making fake promises. Marketing all the lead making products.

Is this practice is good for a upcoming new agent? Please Advice .
  • Wayne | 02 Feb 2015, 12:55 PM Agree 1
    You should talk to manager about what you can expect and if not satisfactory, change brokerages.
  • Old Timer | 03 Feb 2015, 01:49 PM Agree 1
    Greedy educational providers, greedy board offices, greedy real estate company owners, and greedy CREA and greedy Provincial associations have spawned out bloated offices throughout the country. Filling up offices with starry eyed Realtors whom it is impossible for one agent to assist and control is the problem. We have seen offices filled with hundreds of Realtors under the supervision of ONE agent creating an impossible task for the agent to assist and supervise these people. Not unlike politicians, Agents make promises, promises and more promises knowing full well they cannot deliver.
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