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We are always looking for and recruiting licensed California real estate agents (Associates and Broker-Associates) at PreviewOC Real Estate.

Our success depends on the QUALITY of the individuals who work for and represent our Company. We recruit and hire driven real estate agents (must be licensed California Salespersons and Brokers) who already are, and/or strive to be successful.

Whether you are a newly licensed agent, an inactive licensee, a pre-licensee (please refer to the "Not Licensed Yet?" section below), or an experienced agent who is interested in working at your own pace and for a great Company, we'd like to hear from you.

There is simply one unbeatable and industry disrupting Residential Sales Commission Plan that we offer our Agents. The Commission Plan structure is super easy and clear to understand. There are absolutely NO hidden costs or fees whatsoever!

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must have a valid California Salesperson or Broker’s Real Estate License.
  • Must have a valid California Driver’s License, automobile and auto insurance policy.
  • Must have a valid U.S. Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), i.e. a social security number (SSN).
  • Must have your own personal electronic devices, i.e. smartphone, laptop, tablet, printer, etc.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • It is preferred that you have Southern California real estate sales experience as a REALTOR®.
  • It is preferred that you currently live in and are familiar with Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County or San Diego County, and have the basic knowledge and general understanding of Southern California's real estate market conditions and trends.

 

YOUR BENEFITS:

  • Industry Disrupting Sales Commission Plan[1]
  • Unlimited / Lifetime Recruiting Bonuses[2]
  • Comprehensive Training Program[3]
  • Direct Broker Leads
  • Direct Broker Support - 7 days/week
  • Referral Compensation
  • Work from Your Own Home or Office
  • Work at Your Own Pace
  • Your E&O Insurance Coverage is Included
  • Your Listings on ListHub Internet Syndication
  • Your Photo & Contact Info on the Company Website

 

THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY:

  • NO Mandatory Transaction Coordinator Fees[4]
  • NO Errors and Omissions (E&O) Insurance Fees
  • NO Franchise Fees
  • NO Hidden Costs or Fees
  • NO Office or Desk Fees
  • NO Technology Fees, and there is definitely...
  • NO B.S.

 

It's up to you. Simply choose one of the following four 12-month term Brokerage Fee Payment Options (BFPO) and then let us know your choice in the comments section below:

 



RESIDENTIAL SALES COMMISSION PLAN CHART


Based on 3.00% Commission Structure[1][*]

 



[1] Commission Plan: The Broker fee is set at one-tenth of a percent (0.10%) per transaction side of the Residential Sales Price (SP), or a minimum of $500, whichever is greater. In addition, there is also a $100 Transaction Management System (TMS) fee per transaction side that goes to your Broker as well. The commission stated in the Residential Sales Commission Plan (RSCP) chart "example" above reflects a 3.00% commission structure, based off of the Sales Price. Please keep in mind that commission percentages and sales compensations may vary and are not set at a fixed percentage or dollar amount. There is no limit to the maximum commission percentage per transaction side.

[ * ] Sales Compensation Example for "Experienced Agents": As an Experienced Agent (Associate/Broker-Associate) with PreviewOC, you represented the Buyer's side of the transaction and sold a $1 million home at a 3.00% commission rate (the cooperating broker's compensation). The Total Gross Compensation (TGC) would be 3.00% x $1 million = $30,000. The Broker fee would be 0.10% x $1 million = $1,000 plus a standard $100 TMS fee. Therefore, without including a TC fee, as described in footnote [4] below, your actual (net) compensation after deducting the transactional Brokerage fees would be $28,900 or [$30,000 - ($1,000 + $100) = $28,900]. Please note that Transaction Coordinator (TC) fees and any other associated costs and/or variable fees involved with Residential Sales Transactions (i.e. staging, professional photography, etc.) is also not represented in the Residential Sales Commission Plan chart above.

[ * ] Sales Compensation Example for "New(er) Agents": As a Newly Licensed Agent (Associate/Broker-Associate) with PreviewOC, you represented the Buyer's side of the transaction on your first sales transaction and sold a $1 million home at a 3.00% commission rate (the cooperating broker's compensation). The Total Gross Compensation (TGC) would be 3.00% x $1 million = $30,000. The Broker fee would be 0.10% x $1 million = $1,000 plus a standard $100 TMS fee, including a $2,500 one-time NLS fee. Therefore, without including the required TC fee, as described in footnote [4] below, your actual (net) compensation after deducting the transactional Brokerage fees would be $26,400 or [$30,000 - ($1,000 + $100 + $2,500) = $26,400]. Although it is not represented in the Residential Sales Commission Plan chart example above, Agents who have no residential sales experience or have sold less than $2 million in proven Residential Sales Transactions (RST) must pay the Broker a one-time only New Licensee Supplemental (NLS) fee of $2,500 on their first sales transaction. The New Licensee Supplemental (NLS) fee is used to recover the Company's costs associated with, but not limited to, the Broker's time involved with training and mentoring licensed agents with little to no residential sales experience. Additionally, Transaction Coordinator (TC) fees and any other associated costs and/or variable fees involved with Residential Sales Transactions (i.e. staging, professional photography, etc.) is also not represented in the Residential Sales Commission Plan chart above.

[2] Unlimited / Lifetime Recruiting Bonuses: If you, the Agent (Scout), refer other real estate agents (Recruits) to join PreviewOC, you, as the Scout, will receive a $100 Recruiting Bonus each-and-every time one of your Recruits closes a qualified sales transaction with us!

[3] Comprehensive Training Program: Upon your request as a PreviewOC Sales Associate, our basic training program includes but is not limited to the following - Advertising & Marketing; Appraisals; Communications; Counter Offers & Addenda; Escrow; Disclosures; Financing & Cash Offers; Home Inspections & Reports; Home Warranty Plans; Leasing & Rentals; Listing Agreements; Listing Appointments; MLS Rules, Regulations & Ethics; Negotiations; Natural Hazard Disclosures (NHD); Online Security; Personal Safety Practices; Personal Time & Financial Management; Purchase Agreements; Risk Management; and Using Comparable Market Analysis (CMA) Reports.

[4] Transaction Coordinator (TC): Although the use of a Transaction Coordinator is highly encouraged for all Agents in Residential Sales Transactions, it is not required or mandatory to use a Transaction Coordinator for Experienced Agents who have over $2 million in proven Residential Sales Transactions. However, Agents who have no residential sales experience or have sold less than $2 million in proven Residential Sales Transactions; or do any commercial real estate transactions are required to use a Transaction Coordinator. Please note that PreviewOC (the Broker) is not affiliated with and does not employ or refer Transaction Coordinators to manage transaction files for any of their Agents. Additionally, all TC fees are the responsibility of the Agent, not the Broker, and are to be paid through escrow once the transaction is closed and complete.

Sign-Up to be a PreviewOC Agent today! Simply complete the form below and we'll get back with you shortly!

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Not Licensed Yet?


In order to become a licensed Real Estate Salesperson (Agent) in the state of California, you are required to successfully complete three (3) college-level courses (Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice, and one elective course) and then PASS the Salesperson State Exam.

With that said, if you are currently NOT licensed as a California Real Estate Agent, but wish to be... here are the first steps that you should take in order to become a PreviewOC Real Estate Agent.

 
STEP #1: First, in order to qualify to take the California Real Estate Agent (Salesperson) License exam, you will have to take and pass two (2) Required Courses including one (1) of the Elective Courses as described below.
 
Also, for more details and information on the application requirements involved for a Real Estate Salesperson License in California, please click the following website link. CA Dept of Real Estate (DRE) Requirements
 
Required Courses:
  • Real Estate Principles
  • Real Estate Practice
     
Elective Courses: (Training school courses may vary)
  • Real Estate Appraisal
  • Real Estate Economics
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Office Administration
  • Business Law
  • Common Interest Developments
  • Computer Applications in Real Estate
  • Escrows
  • General Accounting
  • Legal Aspects of Real Estate
  • Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending
  • Property Management
 
Just as an FYI, there are plenty of real estate training schools out there. So, in order to give you a few choices, yet narrow it down a bit, we have listed three (3) well-established and highly recommended real estate training schools below. Please note that PreviewOC is NOT affiliated with any real estate training school.
 
Simply click through each of the following real estate training website links to access more information regarding their courses, exam preparation and fees involved.
 
 
Once you make your decision on which real estate training school you'd like to go with, the time involved and the money spent will be up to you to complete and pass the required courses before moving on to the next step.
 
STEP #2: After you have qualified and pass all three (3) courses as described above, your next step is to prepare for and take your California Real Estate Salesperson License exam. Please click the following website link for more information regarding the California Department of Real Estate's exam process and fees involved. CA Dept of Real Estate (DRE) Examinee Info
 
 
STEP #3: Once you eventually pass the California Real Estate Salesperson License exam, please call us at  949.400.1072 or simply click the following link to apply as a PreviewOC Agent online. PreviewOCAgent.com
 
 
STEP #4: After you join PreviewOC Real Estate, and in order to perform real estate transactions with the Company, your final step is to become a REALTOR®. Please review the following REALTOR® Association Membership website links that we are associated with as Designated REALTOR® members. This will provide you with more information regarding the required training and fees involved. All California REALTORS® are members of the California (CAR) and National (NAR) Association of REALTORS®. Please note that you only have to join and become a member of just one of the following REALTOR® Association's listed below:

 

 
If you have any questions, we'd love to hear from you!
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