The Third Income Stream for Real Estate Professionals

Dated: July 28 2012

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Real estate is cyclical. The market follows rhythms year over year but also month to month. In North America, late spring and early summer are traditionally times of high real estate closings. Agents’ bank accounts are flush and their credit card bills get paid off. But what about those times between closings?

It can take 30, 60, 90 days or more for a real estate transaction to close. When there are fewer deals in the pipeline, agents can experience lean cash flow. What if there was a way to bridge the gap between closings… to even out the peaks and valleys?

Well now there is.
EXIT Realty’s unique formula of Single Level residuals solves the most common problems in the real estate industry. Bonuses earned through sponsoring agents into EXIT mean money in your pocket throughout the year. How much money? Well the sky’s the limit. You can sponsor as many agents as you like into the company anywhere in North America and as their deals close, EXIT’s Head Office pays you a thank you bonus equivalent to 10% of their gross commission for helping to grow the company.

No more empty bank accounts. No more racking up credit card bills to make ends meet between closings. No more relying solely on your own efforts. EXIT’s formula provides a third income stream – sponsoring - to enhance your listing and selling efforts.

What are you waiting for? Don’t you deserve financial freedom? Doesn’t your family? Call
us today  at (915) 549-1770 to find out more!

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