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eXp Realty Revenue Share Program Changes the Game

As eXp Realty stands poised to expand into its 46th state the buzz around the company has reached a fever pitch.  eXp Realty has become known among forward-thinking real estate professionals for offering an unparalleled agent benefits package, including low fees, splits and caps, several comprehensive education programs, cutting edge technology, dynamic websites, phenomenal lead generation, and hands-on social media marketing coaching… Sure, eXp Realty has all of that, but the “secret ingredient” that makes eXp Realty really stand out is its industry-leading revenue share program.

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True, residual income programs that encourage company growth are not new. There are several other residual income programs out there, but none of them offer the kind of benefits offered by eXp Realty. None!  Not even close. You know why? Because eXp Realty deliberately set out to beat the competition. And beat them, they have! Let me explain.

Of the few firms out there that offer residual income opportunities, most have programs that are flawed, convoluted and confusing or, at best, insignificant.  For instance, a certain nationally known brokerage, with whom many of us at eXp formerly spent time, has what has been known as the industry-leading profit-share program. The rub lies right there in the name; profit share. eXp Realty has revenue share.  Profit share derives from a complicated equation based on agent recruits, company growth and individual office profitability. It is an equation that is barely understood, even by those who sing its praises to potential recruits…and it doesn’t pay much, especially when the office you work in isn’t making money. The eXp Realty revenue share program pays you residual income from your recruits regardless of office or company profitability. They make money – you make money.

Hit the picture at any time to try the Revenue Share Calculator.

It works like this: If you recruit an agent, you receive 3.5% of their gross commission. Period. Better yet, you keep receiving that amount on each of their transactions until they’ve paid their annual company cap of $16k. If you recruit at least 5 agents yourself, you then receive 4% from the commissions of any agents your recruits have recruited. If you recruit at least 10 agents, you not only receive the 4% from second-level recruits, but also another 2.5% from third level recruits! And it keeps going for seven levels! Basically, for every 5 personal recruits, you qualify for one deeper level of residual, passive income. Take a minute to play around with the eXp Realty Revenue Share Calculator on the left. (Note: you’ll receive a small share for lower level recruits regardless of your first level, though it is only a fraction of the amount in this model)

It’s an excellent residual income which our industry has lacked for years.

Additional Information:

Introduction to eXp Realty
Is Your Real Estate Business Growing
eXp Revenue Share Program Changes The Game
What Got My Interest In eXp Realty
eXp Explained Slide Presentation

 

I can’t think of a better use of my time than to sit with you
and have a personal one on one lunch, or if you prefer
meet for a cup of coffee and let’s discuss the details.

This is a people business and my goal is to get to know more
of the folks making up our industry.  AT BEST you get interested
because we are the real deal.

AT WORST I get to know you better – Jim Girard (864) 414.4675

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Training Is Important – But You Have To Want It.

One of the things that I really enjoy about being part of eXp is that the support and
training are excellent.  The session with Glenn Sanford on The Magic of
Thinking Big was nothing short of exceptional.

In case you missed it here is the link:
HERE IS THE LINK TO HEAR IT AGAIN

Sometimes I have to laugh at real estate agents. They will jump from one
agency to another searching, and yet have no idea what they are searching
for ! I have seen agents jump for different splits, promises of leads, cheaper
fees etc. What I rarely see is an agent that will jump because they want
better training or support.

Yes, I have heard agents say that they are jumping to an agency that offers
more training, but in reality they rarely participate in the training programs.
I don’t understand that.

The approach to our industry, how we are approached by future clients and
the technology we need to use are changing so quickly that struggling to figure
it out on our own is just too time consuming and frustrating that most of us
just don’t even try to keep up.  Really bad mistake !

I know we all have things to do during the day and can easily make excuses
why attending training is less important than what ever else we have to do.
However, you have to decide if what you are presently doing is more important
than your own personal development.

You are responsible for your own personal development. What eXp offers are
ongoing training programs that you can use to develop yourself in just about
any area of this business as well as personal development to improve our
lives and life styles.

Personal business coach, Pam Ostrowski, high impact training, Scott Enbinder and the unlimited
resources of Glenn Sanford and Brian Culhane – eXp offers you an opportunity to grow.
Why wouldn’t you take advantage of that?

Just my two cents – well maybe a full nickle !

Fill out the form below or  just give me a call  864. 414.4675

To your success – call me if I can help.

Jim Girard
Jim@JimGirard.com

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Profit Share vs Revenue Share

I talk to KW agents all the time and discovered
that very few make substantial income from Profit Share.

Give me a call – Let’s talk about it.
Jim Girard (864) 414-4675 (confidentiality is respected)

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At eXp Realty, Education is Key

Many Ways to Learn at eXp Realty

Education is a priority and business is changing at breakneck speed. Most companies become dinosaurs not long after their launch as a company while other, more nimble, players exploit weaknesses in information flow, newer less expensive technology or talent and generally speaking simply out-hustle the competition. Information on best practices no longer comes from the top of the organization. Often those best practices come from the middle or from new players who have recently joined. Sharing and making available that information in a real-time and meaningful way is one of the more challenging exercises, especially for legacy organizations.

418 Page Wiki and Growing

The Wiki, also called eXp Realty University, is a collaboration of information, links, videos and tutorials on hundreds of relevant topics. Studies have found increased productivity of up to 25% when information is openly shared rather then passing the information up the corporate ladder in hopes that some of the information will travel back down to those that could benefit from it.

Every eXp Realty agent has access to the Wiki 24/7 to find sales and new agent training, listing presentation ABC’s, the latest in social media, lead generation strategies and much more. Agents are encouraged to collaborate and create new pages so the Wiki is always growing and being refined.

Training and Education Schedule

The online hallways of eXp can be busy with agents dropping into various scheduled training sessions, listening in on state and national team meetings, or collaborating with other agents locally and nationally.

From the bi-weekly New Agent Orientation to the popular Monday Morning XCamp the eXp ealty Training Calendar has it all.

XCamp

Every Monday morning starting at 9:00am PST / 12pm EST is XCamp. We model our weekly BarCamp on the same ideas that BarCamps are normally organized in that they are “un-meetings” or “un-conferences” with no preset agenda. Anyone can present and anyone can attend any session. There are generally multiple sessions going on at once and all of the sessions are recorded for the Video Archives.

By doing these Barcamps inside of eXp Virtual we are able to be more efficient with our time and yet still get the value that a Social Learning environment provides.

Video Archives and Podcast

For those with a busy schedule we offer the eXp Podcast with recorded video sessions of the New Agent Orientation ready for online viewing or immediate download to a computer or smartphone.

The Video Archives house hundreds of video recorded sessions on a wide range of topics from previous XCamp classes, guest speakers, and weekly trainings. Currently, the videos are organized into the categories of New Agent Orientation, Business Planning, Buyer Agent, Listing Agent, Recruiting, Social Media, Agent Sites, and IT Solutions. New videos are added every week.

For more information on eXp Realty  just give me a call at 864.414.4675

 

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eXp Explained – Slide Presentation

You can hit this logo to review a slide presentation.

It will probably answer many of your questions.

There is way too much information to share in this text.  The easy way to explain to you what eXp Realty has to offer is for us to meet in the virtual world and let me show you around.

Let me invite you into my office.  You are going to love what you see.

Call me direct or you can fill out the form below.

 (864) 414.4675 – Direct Line

I’m looking forward to hearing from you – Jim Girard

Additional Information:

Introduction to eXp Realty
Is Your Real Estate Business Growing
eXp Revenue Share Program Changes The Game
What Got My Interest In eXp Realty
eXp Explained Slide Presentation

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