PTO depends highly on which team you work for and what you negotiate, as do most of the benefits, but thats the best part about it, you can decide what stuff is more important to you and go from there.
If you are an agent and "contracted," then you won't receive any traditional benefits. You do receive some perks with the NAR and the office, but nothing like retirement, health, time off, etc.
The company do not offer any benefits to the real estate agents since they are all self-employed.
They had a 401 K plan, vacation time-off and an excellent profit sharing program based on you recruiting other realtors.
No clear indication on health insurance policy, type, coverage etc. that was disappointing.
Great place to work, very good pay, not that many benefits
Best: Profit Sharing can be virtually unlimited. Con: Real estate agencies are "1099", independent contractor businesses.
There was no benefits package, only lies. I wish I could give Zero stars.
Health insurance is self pay for independent contractors.
There are no benefits provided, even as admin staff.
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