Turn Your Real Estate Practice Into a Marketable Entity

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As a self-employed Realtor, your business is just a source of income. The moment you stop working it will become worthless, leaving you with nothing to show for all the work you’ve put in.

When you incorporate your business you’ll transform your real estate sales career into a marketable entity, a valuable asset you can sell or transfer whenever you’re ready to move on. Whether you want to relocate, start a new venture or settle down and enjoy your retirement, you’ll get the financial compensation you deserve for all the contacts, relationships and knowledge you’ve worked so hard to build up.

As your business grows and your needs change, a corporation will evolve with you. You’ll be able to enter into partnerships, sell some of your shares to raise more capital, or transfer your shareholding to your children. Incorporating lets you build up wealth in your business over time, leaving a valuable legacy for your family.

Of course, the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) won’t allow you to incorporate your business unless you set up a brokerage. And the thought of all the cost and hassle involved is enough to stop many Realtors in their tracks.

• There’s so much to do to establish a brokerage, where do I even start?
• Can I afford all the costs of running a brokerage all on my own?
• Will I have time to run an office and still concentrate on selling real estate?

The Realty Point brokerage franchise model is the right answer.

We provide an innovative franchise solution that takes care of all those worries. We manage everything involved in setting up your brokerage, so all you have to do is a sign.

We provide smart private offices, skilled staff, and state-of-the-art facilities, for a fixed low cost.

And we handle all your ongoing administration, from answering calls to reconciling your accounts – so you can get on with doing what you do best.

Contact us today for your confidential free consultation.

Realty Point. You Sell Real Estate. We Take Care of The Rest.