Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage will serve as the brokerage with which you hang your license and identify as an affiliate of, to the public. However, as an independent sale associate you will be running your own business, developing your own client relationships and maintaining your own schedule.
An Independent sales associate is on a commission only remuneration schedule. For more information on commission structure please contact us and connect with your local office.
Sustaining success as an independent sales associate will be based on your ability to build your book of business – clients that you work with and that refer you to their friends and family. At Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage there are an incredible amount of resources designed to help you build and maintain your clientele. These include a company-provided agent branded website integrated with a full-featured CRM system.
Successfully complete 60 hours of Real Estate Principles and Practice through a reputable real estate school.
Submit application, application fee and required documentation to PSI licensure certification. PSI will issue an Examination Eligibility postcard if all the requirements have been met.
Schedule the salesperson examination with PSI either online, in person or on the phone. For more information, visit the PSI website.
Once you have passed your Sales Associate examination, contact us to start the affiliation process with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, part of NRT LLC, the number 1 residential real estate broker in the U.S. as named by REAL Trends 500.
For additional information about licensure in Connecticut, or if you already have a Real Estate license in another state and wish to learn about potential reciprocity, visit the state website.
Register for 75 hours of the required education through a reputable real estate school.
Complete the required education and find a sponsoring Broker. Contact Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, part of NRT LLC, the number 1 residential real estate broker in the U.S. as named by REAL Trends 500.
Schedule and take the real estate salesperson licensing exam on the New York Department of State’s Occupational Licensing Management System.
Apply for your New York Real Estate Salesperson license. Details on the application or reciprocity can be found on the New York Department of State Division of Licensing Service website.