Since we are a virtual real estate office in San Benito County, CA, our trainings are done online via the internet or over the phone. No need to waste gas and drive down to the office, you have all the real estate training and coaching you need right at your fingertips. Save time and money by watching video real estate training on your computer. Dial into live conference calls with other colleagues and learn about real estate contracts, disclosure, marketing, new technology and industry trends.
Insurance can be very expensive, especially San Benito County real estate errors and omissions insurance often referred to as E & O insurance. Mistakes and errors are made every day in the real estate industry and we provide the coverage you need at a small flat fee per transaction. We provide you access to the policy and declarations page via the real estate back office system under the company document library section. In the event you need more information than what is provided online for E&O coverage, please contact your real estate broker who will try to accommodate your request.
How do you renew your real estate salesperson license in San Benito County, CA? You want to log into you real estate licensing department website and request to have your license renewed by your broker. Once you complete the required continuing education hours of training, you will submit your completed certificates to the real estate licensing department for approval. Remember to start the renewal process at least 90 days before your real estate license expires so there is no interruption with your real estate service.
What does it mean to park your real estate license in San Benito County, CA? Many people have a second job or source of income and practice real estate part time. Many agents hang their license under a real estate broker to keep their license active, but don't practice real estate full time. Premier Agent Network can hold your San Benito County real estate license and not charge any expenses and only charge a flat fee for transactions that are closed by you.
Premier Agent Network has been approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to sell HUD homes in San Benito County, CA. This is an advantage to you because it allows you to show a larger pool of real estate inventory when finding homes for buyers. There are also incentives for home buyers who obtain FHA financing when considering purchasing a HUD home. These incentives vary state by state.
If you are seeking legal advice, we suggest talking to a real estate attorney. Legal questions come up all the time, most commonly real estate contract law questions. The National Association of REALTORS® and your state association of REALTORS® have a legal hotline you can call for legal advice and explain your situation. For a list of phone numbers and people to call, log into your San Benito County, CA real estate back office portal.
Premier Agent Network is a privately owned corporation and does not a franchise. Therefore, you will not be charged any franchise fees when closing a transaction with our San Benito County real estate company. There are also no desk fees because we are a virtual real estate brokerage in San Benito County and everything can be done online from your computer. Having a virtual office allows us to keep operating costs low and give agents more of their commission.
Occasionally we receive real estate leads in San Benito County, CA from different sources of marketing and pass them down to our agents. We give our agents the opportunity to work with clients they wouldn't have had otherwise and increase their network. If our company provides real estate leads, the commission split percentage is on a case by case basis and the profits allow Premier Agent Network to increase the marketing budget, grow, and reinvest money back into the company.
Premier Agent Network provides transaction coordination (TC) services for real estate agents in San Benito County, CA. Although you are not required to use a transaction coordinator, you can choose to do all the paperwork yourself and follow the transaction checklist if you want to save some money. Having a TC allows you to outsource work so you can focus more on selling real estate.
Short sale transactions can be very demanding and stressful to most people. Real estate agents spend time communicating with lenders, following bank short sale guidelines, gathering proper paperwork, and following up with all parties involved in the transaction. We work with a team of San Benito County short sale professionals who know how to get the job done right for you and your clients.