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Becoming a BLUE ONE Realty Agent is one of the best decisions you will make in your Real Estate career, and as we all know, in Real Estate as in Life it’s all about making good decisions.
So if you are interested in working with a company that was created by people who knows what Real Estate Agents want, read on. You will not only want to join us, you will want to join us fast! Read on, see for yourself what is waiting for you here at BLUE ONE Realty.
This plan is very simple. You keep 100% of your commission. Yes, all of it. You only pay $349 per month. If you are working in a 70/30 commission split company... - 100% Commission plan
You worked hard on getting that property to the closing table, and we are sure you’d want your commission the very same day. It just makes sense. That's why we offer you: 100% commission at closing and not a day after... - Get paid at the closing
We want you to bring Realtors like yourself to work with us. We created a simple and very generous referral program: If you bring us a colleague and they join BLUE ONE Realty 100% plan, you get $600. Sounds good and simple? We think so. - Be Our Real Estate Partner
We had a great experience with Natalia, she was researching and looking for the right house for us, with each "must have" we required. We visited around 50 houses and once we were decided by the "perfect home", she was a great negotiator and she could get a huge difference between the list price and the sold price. She was our realtor and will be in the future. Bought a Single Family home in 2011 for approximately $425K in Surfside, FL.
Compre mi primer casa con Natalia Arias en el 2010, y desde ese momento siempre vendí y compre con ella. Nunca tuve problemas, muy responsable la Sra. Natalia y todo su equipo. Sold a home in 2012.
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