Real Estate, Property & Homes
got 4 listings my first month but now its getting tough lol 2nd month newb
Start with a team to learn more then go solo?? Is that a good idea?
I appreciate it, Thanks BC
Hey Bryan, you said you recommend going solo if you don't have many huge responsibilities? I'm turning 19 in a few months, in the process of getting my RE license. Like you said, a team will provide training, leads, security, etc. Sometimes lol. I feel with the training provided nowadays such as your channel, products, etc. A team doesn't sound like the best route to go with. What do you think?
Bryan, you should do a video talking about shows like Million Dollar Listing and how they compare to reality for the typical agent. I feel like so many get in because they see guys closing huge multi million dollar deals on tv every week and they think that they can easily do that too then they get kicked in the teeth by the business and are lucky if they even last more than a few months.
Thanks Bryan! Sharing this vid with all my KW newbies here in the Pacific Northwest 😀 our market is insane right now, new agents are really trying to figure out where to go and I know this will help.
I think if you join real estate to have a "job" then in my opinion this is the wrong place to be. hahaha
Who was your mentor or example of how you built your brand? And how did you start building your brand? Thanks BC….. definitely look up to you 🙌🏻
This is exactly why i started out solo. I'm definitely type-A always in control and always putting in massive hours to get 100% of the benefit. It took me months to get my first deal but definitely worth it. I see a benefit to a potentially starting a team now that i am doing multiple deals a month and thousands in my database but i feel i wouldnt be where i am now if i went with a team.
Do you think if it is better to have a title company or inspection company that you prefer? so that they can help you faster the closing process?
I like you having glasses on better!!!😆😆😆
in illinois you have to be with a brokerage for two years before you can go solo
Here in Canada we have regulations that restrict public access to expires and FSBOS, also in Vancouver here it rains almost 9 months out of the whole year, so doorknocking is only doable for the summer months. How should I go about prospecting since I can't cold call or doorknock most of the year?
I'm joining real estate very soon. Do you have video on team management. I'm looking for insight on how in general terms teams should be ran for efficiency and growth.
Got it! Thanks Definitely going to share this.
Can you do a video on on-site sales
I understood that you start with a team then go solo after 2 years when you become eligible to take broker test.
Thanks for this video!!!!
What a coincidence! I just spent all day interviewing tops producing teams in Philadelphia. In my mind I was like if I do find a team like TeamBC That will be something I'm looking forward to join. However, I didn't get any luck. I came home thinking, maybe I should just go solo. I'm young, I'm a go getter, I can be just like you Bryan. At the end if i do want to get a mentor, you also do one to one coaching right? I think I have all that figured out now! Thanks for the video!
I'm still in shock about how much your videos have allowed me to manifest everything I want. It's just the beginning. My new clients are happy, I'm happy and it makes working so enjoyable that its like a domino effect.Today I saw a moving soon garage sale happening and I'm now going to list there house tomorrow. This is unbelievable…please people keep watching this guy I watched this guy and within one month just got 4 listing.
IMO being part of a team is the best way to start out so you can learn the business hands on then move on to solo… but it's pros and cons of being part of a team and solo. Take your pick.
What's a buyers and a sellers agent?
I'm partnering with an agent to do a flip, I'm purchasing the property and they're funding the renovations. We're splitting the profit 50/50. What are some documents I would need to make sure neither of us can screw the other?
I live in Florida, we can work alone, only if you're Broker, any sugestión.
What camera do you use for you videos?
When you go solo do you still have be under a brokers name??
So Helpful! Thanks BC, I just made my mind up and ready to build my own!
I want to go solo but how do you get the MLS?
As always thank you for taking the time to make the video. I appreciate you time and knowledge. I was wondering who built your website for you? Thanks in advance:-)
bigger commissions just how? sorry if dumb question
Ah here it is
How do you start solo?
Thank you so much for this video ❤️
OMG 70% to me sounds like Slave labor. F that!
all the fellow alpha males wanting to go the solo route
Is there a certain priod of time "contract" that determine how long you have to stay in a team ( in case you choose team) before you can go solo?
How do you get access to the listing websites
Thanks Bryan. I feel I'm a go-getter on my own. But my question on going solo is; how would I know what in the world to do? I have never prepared contracts, done price comparisons, negotiated a deal, etc. I'd imagine working on someone's team for 6 months to a year would be priceless in terms of learning everything you need to learn. Would love your guidance on that, thanks!
Everyone gets so concerned about the split. The most important thing is what you put in your pocket.
Waau I could give this video a thousand likes if it was possible
Great video Bryan! If going solo and not having a name like KW or Coldwell etc. to pitch to people is there a way around that because nobody will know who I am should I become an agent. Also do the big names carry more leads and have more marketing power to crush the soloist? Appreciate any feedback!
I’m 18 and just beginning my journey and your videos are so informational. I’m a new subscriber thank you for all your knowledge and I hope you stay posting
Can you describe a buyers agent vs a listing agent and state the pros and cons of both if there are any? And are they 2 different paths or do they fall under the category Real Estate Agent?
Thank you Bryan for helping me figure this out! See you soon 🙂
Thanks Bryan. Awesome tips!
do you think is a a 50/50 slip with the a team, is fair? they cover marketing, mentoring, crm, mls, assistant, transaction coordinator, etc, so im wondering if thats fair slip. thanks
A great reason to join a team or preferably having a mentor is to be able to understand how to write contracts without getting in trouble. Know the process before you go all in because a hard lawsuit has the potential to put you out of this business. Once you master the process take that info and run with it and work on YOUR business!
I feel like this is circumstantial and comes down to the office you work at. If your mentorship/training is sub-par or below average, I feel like joining a team IS a good route to expedite the learning curve and to get that proper mentorship/guidance when you need it the most. You can always leave after you feel comfortable and continue on your own to build your OWN team.
Great video Bryan! I'm getting my license soon and always wondered about this. I see "Team Listings" and figured that"help" would come at a price…. Definitely thinking about going solo since I'm already an insurance agent and have my clients wanting me to list their homes. I wish you could of gone into more detail, but great info!
Hey bryan, im in the process of getting my real estate license and I actually have a broker who is sponsoring me, but i would be interested in going on my own i 19 with not too many responsibilities, but what do u exactly mean when u say go on my own, like become a broker myself? Or start a firm? I dont get it.
Thank you for this video, I want to learn more about Real Estate now.
When might someone at your level decide to become a broker vs. leading a team? I’m just getting started but I would eventually want to recruit sharp people and help them become successful to duplicate myself but I can’t wrap my head around how that works… anyway – thank you so much for this inspiring content
Hey man, I’m looking to enter real estate and I live in California and would like a mentor or be an assistant to a successful agent like you. Would you be willing to maybe teach me if you’re in the San Diego area?
“I dont complain ““sorry I have something in my eye”😂😂
In California, you have to be under the supervision of a broker once you have your license. You can't really go solo until you get your brokerage license, so the title of this video is a bit deceptive.
What is your take on doing rentals while you grow?
video with all LINKS TO PRODUCTS, SERVICES and AFFILIATE opportunities
I’m an injured nurse starting real estate school on Monday…. already studying!! Thank you for the video!!!!
I don’t feel I need a security blanket. Solo all the way!!!
Would it be smart to start with a team to learn then break off and go solo
Thank god I did car sales before attempting this.
Dont u hv to be under a broker in both situations??
Hi Bryan! Good stuff! A question, have you heard of or familiar with Fathom Realty? If you are, how does it compare, in your opinion, to Exp. Thank you. -Angeli
Either way your solo
Bryan, i am on a current plan with a really good team. My plan is to thrive and work hard-learn for 6 months or 1 year then go Solo. How bad or good is this plan to your eyes? I feel exactly like you described working with a team… i hate not being able to do my own strategies…
What if you're a mom
So 87% of agents fail? What does that mean exactly? They quit within the first year?
Wait did you start Solo 🤔
solo all day baby LOL so rude cause u need a team man common now. but i like ur little side team once u got going thats what id do. small 3-4 you know . nice
One thing you didn't mention…. READ the contract front to back, then read it again. This is true whether you are joining a team or going solo with a broker…. i am seeing 3-5 year contracts with extremely harsh leave on penalties. Many of the national trainers are pushing this… just saying…
I need a cushion like the one I’ll have under my butt as a grandma 👵🏼
Team lead I’m talking to is 50/50 across the board 👍
"Rainbows and sunshine." LMFAO
I appreciate this video. I thought you would be pro-team given the fact that you have a team. Thanks for keeping it real. I am still within my first year as an agent. I am home full time, supporting my other business and raising 2 toddlers (4 children total). I was just approached by a team owner to join her team… why might this be happening NOW versus when I first began? Is it because I finally have business (I have a listing, a buyer, and 2 renters– YAY 2019)? I mean, this lady has been super kind and helpful when I've had questions and is offering me some business in a state she's not yet licensed in. But I think I could have benefited from a team 6+ months ago when I had no clue what I was doing (I still don't!) LOL! Now, I feel like I can do ANYTHING since I've managed to gain 3 clients in 3 weeks with no help!
I think its great that even though you have a team, you are pushing for each individual to be the best that they are capable of.🤩
Thank a lot for this brother. This brought the clarity that I've been seeking for the past couple of weeks.
#SoloAllTheWay …based on what you described that is
Hey Bryan, great video! Thank you! I'm just now starting studying pre licensing, had a question… If you start with like Remax or Keller Williams do those companies provide leads?? Is that part of their services? Thanks again
I’m looking to get my license soon, so here’s a question:If you decide on a team, do you rather recommend a team that isn’t big named (KW), or a small name team (company)?
I’ve been self employed for a few years, with the exception of a couple jobs that have management, so I’m definitely used to being very independent and doing my own thing.
Bryan, when you refer to going solo are you saying to start off with a brokers license instead of a regular salespersons license? In NY at least you need to work under a broker, I don't know if it's different in CA.
If your new to the business, wouldn't you need a brokers license to go solo?
How do you go solo when you are just starting out? Don’t you need to work under a broker?
So if you go solo , do you still have to get a broker sponsorship in order to obtain your license ?
Any young agents or in the process of getting license in LA area looking to collab or be apart of a team and grow together?! Bryan is super motivating and helpful! We will succeed!
Thank you Bryan! I have been debating this since May. Interviewed with a team earlier this week and last week. Your video totally helped me confirm my intuition.
And can you quit the team easily whenever you are ready to go solo??💜
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