Real Estate Referral Network in Burlington County
Are you a real estate agent looking to expand your business and connect with other professionals in Burlington County? Or are you a homeowner or homebuyer looking for a qualified agent to help you buy or sell your property? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
Our referral network is made up of a group of licensed real estate professionals who work together to refer clients to each other. We believe in building strong relationships and providing high-quality services to our clients.
What is a real estate referral agent?
Real estate referral agents are licensed real estate professionals who refer clients to other agents or brokers in exchange for a referral fee. This can happen for a variety of reasons, such as the agent not being licensed in the state where the client wants to buy or sell a property, or the agent not having enough time or resources to properly handle the client’s needs.
Referral agents typically work with a network of other agents and brokers to ensure that their clients are referred to qualified professionals who can best serve their needs. This network is known as a real estate referral network.
What is a real estate referral network?
Real estate referral networks are made up of a group of agents and brokers who work together to refer clients to each other. These networks can be formal or informal, and they may be organized by a professional association, a brokerage firm, or an independent group of agents.
Referral networks can be a valuable resource for both agents and clients. Agents can use these networks to expand their reach and increase their business, while clients can benefit from being connected with qualified professionals who can provide the services they need.
In addition to referral fees, referral agents may also receive other benefits for participating in a referral network. These may include access to training and education programs, marketing and advertising support, and other resources to help them grow their business.
What is the difference between referral agents and real estate agents?
It’s important to note that referral agents are not the same as real estate agents who simply refer clients to other agents without being licensed themselves. In most states, it is illegal for individuals to accept referral fees for real estate transactions without being licensed as a real estate professional.
Why should you join the South Jersey Referral Network?
There are numerous reasons why you might want to put your real estate license into a referral network. These reasons range from not having time right now to maintain your active license to being unable to pay the fees to simply retiring from the company.
The rules governing real estate referral licenses in New Jersey were changed in 2018. The new law requires anyone who wants to continue working as a referral agent to register with a referral-only office. The South Jersey Referral Network is a referral-only organization that complies completely with these new laws. For $100 or less annually, you can maintain a real estate license and the potential to earn thousands of dollars per closed lead. With South Jersey Referral Network, you will have no MLS fees, no errors and omissions fees, no royalty, and no office fees.
South Jersey Referral Network Service Areas
At South Jersey Referral Network, a New Jersey licensed real estate referral agency, our main focus is the South Jersey region. We offer services to all of Burlington County, including towns like Mount Holly, Moorestown, Willingboro, Bordentown, Medford, Cinnaminson, Westhampton, Delran, and Maple Shade. Some counties we serve in addition to Burlington include Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem, and Camden County. To learn more, please call us at (856) 539-4444.