How Much Is The Total Charge Per Closed Transaction?

You will only pay $795 plus a risk management fee of $135. The remainder of the commission is all yours!*

How Soon Do I Get Paid After An Escrow Has Been Closed?

Once the file has been accepted and approved by the Broker, you may be paid directly upon close of escrow.

May A Real Estate Agent Credit A Portion Of The Agent’s Commission To The Borrower?

Definitely, as long as the following requirements are met:

  1. The credit must be disclosed in writing to all parties involved in the transaction; and
  2. Credit/rebate must be done through escrow and stated on the final HUD.

Can I Use A Local Source For Business Cards, Business Signs, and Materials?

Of course! However, we ask that all of your marketing materials have our trademark logo and your CalBRE license number disclosed. Furthermore, if your marketing material contains more than basic contact information, Broker’s approval is required.

What Kind Of License Do I Need To Join PPRG?

A valid California Real Estate Salesperson or Broker’s license.

When Can I Begin Doing Transactions Under PPRG?

Once the Broker certifies your change of employment on the CalBRE website, we will notify you and then you may begin working under our license. Note: Certification is generally completed the same business day.

How Much Will It Cost To Join PPRG?

Not a penny! Just simply fill out the application online and you will become our agent/broker associate in less than one business day! It’s that easy!

Is There A Minimum Sales Volume At PPRG?

Nope. You can do as little or as many transactions per year as you’d like. You just have to pay $795 plus a risk management fee of $135 per transaction.*

What About The Cost Of the Risk Management?

There is a risk management fee of $135 per transaction, which is based on a sales price up to $1,000,000 and a single agency.

* – Includes E&O insurance and other risk management costs

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