Our Philosophy is "THE SALESPEOPLE ARE THE TRUE ASSETS OF THE CORPORATION" and should be rewarded as such.
Up to now every top producer has had a two dimensional system to generate the best return on invested time in real estate, namely taking listings and making sales.
EXIT Realty Corp. International has developed a third unique ingredient. This new earnings generator has been specifically engineered to enhance profitability of agents & brokers alike.
The EXIT Formula allows for "single level residuals" as a cash flow enhancer. Residuals provide for perpetual payment for work done. Every person in the corporation has the opportunity to receive a "piece of the action" paid out residually for as long as those they sponsor into the company generate business. We want all parties involved to benefit to a maximum, says Steve Morris founder of the company.
Here's How It Works
Whenever a salesperson is introduced to management and recruited into EXIT, each transaction the new recruit closes generates a bonus, payable to the individual who sponsored them into the company, which is equivalent to 10% of the gross commissions earned by the recruit. This continues for as long as the recruit stays in EXIT and generates sales.
Under the EXIT Formula, a salesperson can literally earn more than 100% of commissions they generate. Residuals add up handsomely for example a recruit generating $70,000 gross in commissions will earn the sponsoring agent $7,000 in a year. If that agent stayed 9 years that would generate $63,000
EXIT's Formula provides another new dimension to the real estate industry... a retirement plan! Residuals continue (at 7% of gross commissions) after a sponsoring agent retires.
And, as if that wasn't enough, EXIT's formula also offers a beneficiary program. You name anyone as your beneficiary and they receive 5% of the gross commission of all the agent's sponsored.
EXIT's sponsoring residual system together with a superior commission structure and a commitment to training all adds up to the best opportunity available in the real estate industry today.