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You are about to make an important decision and joining BLUE ONE Realty is the best one you will ever make in your Real Estate Career. We are a company that knows how hard you work for your commissions. That's why we offer you these plans for you to choose:
This plan is very simple. You keep 100% of your commission. Yes, all of it. You only pay $349 per month.
If you are working in a 70/30 commission split company, you are probably paying an entire year of BLUE ONE Realty's fee in just one transaction.
Use the chart below to check how much more money you could be making working with us.
This plan is also very simple and very generous too. You will keep 90% of your commission but you don't have to pay any monthly fees. So basically, if you are now paying 30% to your broker, joining BLUE ONE Realty will give you an instant raise of 20%. If you are giving your Broker 50% call us now. The raise that is waiting you is just amazing.
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This is the very first time my husband and I faced a difficult situation. We loved our home but needed to be sold. BLUE ONE Realty helped us to locate people like us to buy it. The agent guided us to the right direction and was permanently with us until the last transaction step. We are so gratefuly for his time, knowledge, professionalism and client devotion. Real Estate Company testimonial by Nadir and Bill
I wasn’t totally sure about my financial situation to buy a new home. Owner/Broker Natalia Arias at BLUE ONE Realty brought the light just right to me. She analyzed my financial situation and helped me to find out how much I could pay for. I want to thank her for her professional duties and for making me real living in a beautiful new home forever. Thank you! Real Estate Company testimonial by Samantha Simmons
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