Fees and assistance for new Prudential real estate agent.?

I am considering getting my real estate license and working for Prudential Realty. Is there anyonw who can tell me what their fees ( desk, copies, supplies, etc. ) are? If they are generally a good company to work for? Do they provide good support for new agents? I have a meeting with them on Monday, I just want to have some information before hand. Thanks.

Asked By: - 4/10/2009
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The most important thing for a new agent is get with a company that has lots of training. At this point you need to learn how to sell RE. Commission splits and overhead costs during your first year should be considered secondary. Hopefully a sale manager will spend lots of time with you with additional one-on-one... More
Answered By: Glenn S - 4/10/2009
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Hi; I love working with Prudential Benrud Realty in Eau Claire, WI! Each affiliate will have it's own desk fees, just like every other big brand name company. We have several Additional fees, some of which are covered by our affiliate, some that come out of our pocket. If you are looking into Real Estate, make an... More
Answered By: jestducki - 4/10/2009
I used to work as a Realtor with a Prudential office. (I left real estate completely, it didn't have anything to do with Prudential.) There was a franchise fee each time we closed a sale. As far as Prudential went that was the only fee. There was a commission split between agent and broker, of course. There are... More
Answered By: angela - 4/10/2009
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