At Quicksilver Real Estate Group, we are always interested in hiring the best and the brightest among Tampa Bay realtors, and bringing them on board to our happy and successful team of real estate agents. As Tampa Bay's fastest-growing real estate company and a leader in distressed properties, we understand the importance of supporting our agents with the leads, marketing expenses and other resources they need to be successful.
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Are you a real estate agent who is relocating to Tampa from another city? We welcome you to activate your Florida real estate license with our 100% commission plan!
We are an attorney-owned company located in the heart of downtown Tampa. Founded in 2007, we have grown strong through bad markets. Our agents are resourceful top-producers in the Tampa Bay real estate market.
Activating your Florida real estate license is easy, and so is transferring your real estate licensed from another broker. Visit our Careers in Real Estate page for more details.
Part-time and telecommuting agents are most welcome! Board Membership is not required immediately. Call today for a confidential interview. Samantha L. Dammer, Esq. Phone: (813) 288-0300 or email email@example.com
If you want to be a part of a fast-growing, successful real estate firm and have what it takes to work the best, then we are interested in hearing from you. Call today for an interview to become a part of our team.
Quicksilver Real Estate Group is expanding and thriving. We seek independent, positive-minded, full-time licensed real estate agents to join our fun and exciting Team! We offer support, coaching, and a high-energy professional atmosphere. We are the fastest growing Tampa real estate company. With a friendly and accessible attorney as your go-to broker, you will have all of the resources to truly thrive in this exciting real estate market.
|Q:||What does it cost to join Quicksilver Real Estate?|
|A:||There is no activation or other up-front fee, although you will need to pay the Board/MLS fees when you choose to join.|
|Q:||How soon can I start selling?|
|A:||Right away! Upon completing the necessary forms, your license will be activated within 24 business hours.|
|Q:||Do I need to join the GTAR board immediately?|
|Q:||I'm a member of another Florida Realtor board. Do I have to give up my membership and join GTAR?|
|A:||It depends. Over the past 10 years, Quicksilver Real Estate Group has sold over $100 million in real estate throughout the State of Florida. Although our niche is Tampa Bay real estate, we cover the entire State.|
|Q:||Do you offer any comprehensive training classes for newbies?|
|A:||No, but you can take classes for free when you join the Board. Our staff and broker will be available to answer your questions and provide you with support. If you need a brokerage that provides formal classes and heavy training, we may not be the right fit at this stage of your career.|
|Q:||Do you offer leads?|
|A:||While we do offer some leads on a rotation basis, you are expected to either bring with you a book of business, or work hard to develop one. There are no free rides, anywhere -- especially at a 100% commission company. Farming, print and online media, and working your sphere of influence are all required steps for a new agent to "make his bones" in this industry.|
|Q:||What other fees do you charge?|
|A:||We are a straight-up company -- it's $350 per transaction with no monthly fees. If you close no deals, you don't pay us anything.|
|Q:||What happens to my listings if I leave Quicksilver?|
|A:||You can take them with you with no strings attached. There is a form that we sign.|
|Q:||Can I bring my listings from my current broker?|
|A:||That will depend upon your company policy. Some brokerages will allow you to freely leave with no problem. Other brokers will want some sort of referral fee on the listings that they allow you to take, which is fair considering that you have used their resources in advertising them. Remember, the listings are legally the property of the broker.|
|Q:||Can I bring my whole Team over? What about my friends?|
|A:||As long as they are licensed real estate agents in Florida, we would happily consider them.|
|Q:||I'm also an investor. Can I earn commissions if I'm buying for my own real estate portfolio?|
|A:||Yes, of course, as long as you make sure to follow the proper legal and ethical rules...especially disclosing your role to all parties involved in the transaction. Many of our agents chose Quicksilver Real Estate for this goal, so as to not "leave money on the table."|
|Q:||I went to a really cool seminar and I want to start real estate investing in Tampa. There's all of these land trust forms, and quit claim deeds. I want to focus on getting people in foreclosure to basically give the house to me for no money so that I can rent it out. Will you help me with this business model?|
|A:||No way! We are owned by a reputable real estate attorney, and we do not allow our real estate agents to get involved in any transactions that are questionable -- legally or ethically.|
|Q:||Do I have to join the local Board and pay dues?|
|A:||While this is certainly a Frequently Asked Question, my lawyerly response is "it depends." It is important to know that you can only access the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) if you are a dues-paying Realtor. That means that in order to enjoy the full benefits of a real estate career, you will want to join the Board. We are a member of GTAR which is the Greater Tampa Association of Realtors. You are not required to join right away, and if you don't want to join at all, we have other options which will enable you to keep your license active.|
|Q:||Do I have to give notice to my current broker if I want to switch my license to Quicksilver?|
|A:||You may be required to give a certain amount of notice under the terms of your current broker's independent contractor agreement. If not, it's still a professional courtesy for you to do so. Remember, your existing deals belong to your broker, and you may need him to release them to you.|
|Q:||This sounds great, but I have a few other questions...|
|A:||Call Samantha Dammer, Broker/Owner directly at 813/288-0303.|
The real estate sector is a challenging field to be in, but it is also one of the best ways of making a living. After getting your license, you still have a lot of work to do before you can start selling or buying any houses. The main thing you need to do is to look for a real estate brokerage firm in Florida when you can start working. The kind of brokerage firm that you choose will depend on your goals and requirements. While it can be hard to find the most fitting broker that meets your requirements, it is critical that you do so.
According to Florida state laws, licensed real estate agents need to first work with a brokerage firm before moving on to either a different company or setting up their own company. Buying a home is among the biggest purchases that people make in their lifetime and real estate agents must take it quite seriously. The broker that you work under shoulders this responsibility and allows you to gain important experience.
It is advisable to work with Florida brokers that are effective at selling houses. When you have a brokerage firm selling a large number of houses, they will likely be recognized by the surrounding community. Sellers and buyers of homes usually like ensuring that the company or agent they are dealing with is proficient at their job. Even if you are a beginner with no experience in selling houses, the company you work for can go a long way in helping buyers have confidence in your abilities. There may be an advantage to working with an attorney-owned real estate brokerage. In Tampa, once choice you should consider is Quicksilver Real Estate Group.