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Brokerage Shakeup: Who Wins in a Post-NAR Commission World?

Brokerage Shakeup: Who wins in a post NRA commission world?
The recent National Association of Realtors (NAR) settlement regarding commissions could reshape the real estate brokerage landscape. Let's explore how different brokerage models might fare in this new environment.


Agent Exodus?

Experts predict many part-time agents might leave the industry due to potential commission changes. This could benefit remaining agents, particularly high performers who might capture a larger market share.


Impact on Brokerages
  • Franchise Models (RE/MAX): These models rely on agent count. A significant agent decline could be challenging, but RE/MAX also boasts successful agents who might offset this impact.

  • Discount Brokerages (eXp): These firms might see pressure on agent count if less productive agents leave. However, discount firms with a strong value proposition (like The Real Brokerage) could see an influx of agents.

  • High-End Brokerages (Compass, Douglas Elliman): Firms with a concentration of top producers are well-positioned, as these agents are likely to stay and potentially capture more market share.

The Key to Success: Differentiation

In the post-settlement world, brokerages that can clearly differentiate themselves in terms of value proposition will thrive.

  • Low-cost models with a clear value proposition (like everyday low prices) can succeed.

  • High-cost, full-service firms that clearly showcase their unique value proposition can also do well.

  • Mid-cost brokerages offering "average" value might struggle.



Consumer Choice is King

Ultimately, consumer behavior will be a major factor. How buyers and sellers react to the changes will determine which brokerage models flourish in this evolving landscape.


Become a Top Producer

  • Sharpen your skills and knowledge: Invest in training and stay up-to-date on market trends to become an invaluable resource for buyers.

  • Build a strong track record: Focus on client satisfaction and deliver exceptional service to earn positive testimonials and referrals.

  • Embrace technology: Utilize tools like virtual tours and market data analysis to streamline the buying process and impress clients.

Highlight Your Value Proposition

  • Identify your niche: Are you a buyer's agent specializing in first-time homebuyers or luxury properties? Clearly define your ideal client and tailor your services accordingly.

  • Communicate your value clearly: What makes you different from other agents? Do you offer unique services, in-depth market knowledge, or a personalized approach? Make sure buyers understand the benefits of working with you.

Adapt to the Changing Landscape

  • Be prepared for a potential increase in buyer negotiation power: Develop strong negotiation skills to secure the best deals for your clients.

  • Embrace transparency and communication: Keep buyers informed throughout the process and address their concerns promptly.

  • Consider technology-driven solutions: Explore platforms like The Real Brokerage that allow you to keep more of your commission while still offering competitive rates to buyers.



By focusing on becoming a top producer, clearly communicating your value proposition, and adapting to the changing market dynamics, agents can position themselves to gain and retain buyers in a post-NAR settlement world. Remember, in a more competitive environment, exceptional service and clear differentiation will be key to success.


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