We offer an opportunity to earn extra income by becoming a Network Referral Associate.
What is a Network Referral Associate ?
A referral agent, holding a valid real estate license, doesn't engage directly in selling real estate. Instead, they refer their clients (which can include friends, family, co-workers, or any contacts) to another actively licensed real estate agent. The referred agent takes charge of the client's real estate transaction, and the referral agent earns a percentage of the commission generated by the active agent through the referral. Opting to be a referral agent can be a profitable avenue for earning income within the real estate industry.
What is the Benefit ?
No Realtor Dues
No MLS Fees
No need to Join Realtor Boards
Earn Commission while sitting at home
We will provide all the support necessary for you to be successfully and you can feel confident offering their friends, family and acquaintances their assistance in connecting with a talented salesperson who can help with the purchase, sale or rental of a home or a commercial property.
To book your one-on-one appointment with our Network Referral Agent Manager click Join Now.
Marlene serves the East Tennessee area, from Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg to the Tri-Cities. Marlene has more than 24 years of experience, working with Sellers, Buyers and Investors, both in Residential and Commercial transactions. She brings Experience, Integrity and Results to all her clients. Before serving as Training & Production Manager at Weichert Realtors® – Saxon Clark, her vast real estate career includes being Principal Broker at Weichert Realtors, Advantage Plus, and time spent with Keller Williams and The Keyes Company, as well as serving as the Marketing Director at CB Richard Ellis, before becoming a Managing Broker for Weichert, Realtors® – Best Beach Real Estate in Miami. She was the number one recruiter among Weichert franchised offices across the country in 2015 and helped double the production of her office in her first year. Marlene holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Florida and is fully bilingual. Marlene leads an energetic team of knowledgeable and dedicated agents at Weichert, Realtors® – Saxon Clark, which brings many years of combined real estate experience to their clients. As a Weichert manager, Marlene has access to the latest agent training content, as well as top sales, marketing, and technology resources to help her agents be productive and offer their clients a superior home buying and selling experience. Weichert, Realtors® – Saxon Clark is an independently owned and operated Weichert affiliate. The company has offices serving Tri-Cities area and surrounding counties.
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