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Each RE/MAX franchise has its own fee and compensation structure. No way to generalize except to say it's essentially a 100% commission after you pay your 5% franchise fee. As for other fees, that's up to each office.
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Depends upon the Remax broker.
Debe Maxwell, CRS
I think Nina Hollander gave you the most complete answer.
Every ReMax office in our area has its own fee structure.
I think it varies by office.
As Nina Hollander wrote.
Not much anyone can add to Nina's answer. Some things are a matter of negotiation.
Nina Hollander pretty much said what I would say.
I think Nina Hollander gave you a great answer.
Nina Hollander nailed this one!
Varies per region & office. You have office fees obviously & a franchise fee now.
Large RE/MAX offices have several different programs. And, the offerings are not the same in all of the offices.
Reid Wyly - how good a negotiator you are?
There are several different plans - even in our city, we have several franchises and each offers a different split. I would phone the one you're interested in and ask.
Fred Griffin Tallahass...
Each office has their own cost structure. Some offer more than one plan. You need to discuss with each office you are interested in.
Too much if you pay a split. 100% is the way to go!
Each office is as different as the next.
There are several programs and rates. There is also with or without an office. RE/MAX isn't the cheapest but we're not Walmart after all.
It varies from office to office and locally there are different levels. An agent that doesn't work out of the office pays less fees. I don't know any further details. I've never worked for this company.
Each franchise is independently owned and opperated. Costs vary.
EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE.....
Think each one is different!
The cost is the penalty one pays for not being a good negotiator.
REMAX does not give safe harbor to newbies, meaning everyone comes on board with experience of a historic book of business.
Both are leverageable when negotiating the monthly fee. Here in my region the fee ranges from 400 to 1500 monthly. I am unaware of anyone staying around at $1,500. But I am aware of brokers saying, "Look, I'm giving you a break."
It is a test of the fabric from which the prospective agent is made.
Each office is independently owned.
I believe it depends on the office - I think many of them now follow the KW model but I could be mistaken
call the broker and start negotiating
I've never been with them, but I believe agents sign some kind of confidentiality agreement, since their terms are different.
No idea, but I bet it doesn't pay as well as my independent brokerage!
Decide which office you are interested in and give them a call.
Which office? What do you want from the office? This is just from what I have heard and from what a broker told me when I spoke with him years ago.