One of my favorite things about working at eXp is the revenue sharing. You get a little piece of what eXp gets paid. This creates an environment where all of the agents work their hardest to prove that they’re adding value to the company, and it encourages a culture of giving back. I love this.
Picking a real estate brokerage and picking a stock to invest in are two very different things. In this post, I explain why mixing the two, why picking your brokerage because of the stock opportunity can lead to some really terrible outcomes. Picking a brokerage used to be simple Picking a brokerage used to be
2021 was an incredible year for us at the Gluch Group. It was a hockey stick year. I’ve only had this one other time in my career. In this post, I’m going to share with you what caused these amazing hockey stick moments in my career. Before we dig in, below you can check out
I’m going to be honest. For some people, joining eXp can be a disaster. It can go really, terribly wrong. But it can also go really terribly right. In this post, I’m going to cover the two things that really matter when you’re joining eXp that make the difference between having a great time and
If you’ve been waiting to join eXp, I have one suggestion for you: join now. You’re losing money. In this post, I have a cautionary tale to tell. I’m going to share with you what it cost me when I waited a year to join eXp. If I can save you even a tenth of
About 90 days ago I made a big switch. I brought my whole team, 16 people, a couple million dollars in commissions, and lots of listings, over to eXp Realty. Now that I’ve had a bit of time to reflect, I’m going to share the good, the bad, and the ugly from my first 90
The costs and fee structure at eXp can be a somewhat overwhelming, so here is a quick video explanation on how it all works. Included is a handy Revenue Calculator to follow along with the video!