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Jobs for Virginia Real Estate Agents

Brokerage Companies for new and experienced real estate agents

These are area real estate companies in Virginia that provide jobs for those who have passed the Virginia state PSI license exam and for those who may already be licensed as salespersons or brokers.  Agents are encouraged to interview real estate brokerages in their area to join the best broker that will be the most appropriate for your situation.   If you do not find a suitable company here or have questions about finding a broker company, fill out our contact form for more information on selecting a broker. Northern VA - Fairfax County -  Loudoun County - Prince William County Arlington -Alexandria Virginia Beach N orfolk Chesepeake - Portsmouth Newport News - Hampton - Williamsburg Richmond - Henrico County - Chesterfield County Charlottesville- Albemarle County Harrisonburg - Rockingham County Staunton - Augusta County Lynchburg - Campbell County Roanoke - Roanoke  County Danville - Pittsyvania and Cawell County Blacksburg - Montgomery County Bristol, Abingdon We are working on job placement with the following counties cities and other not yet listed. Please contact us for job placement so that we may personally assist you. Lexington - Rockbridge County Winchester -Frederick County More areas - coming soon

We provide potential for a successful career opportunity for those seeking to join a real estate company.  While a real estate agent does not

technically seek employment, all Virginia salespersons must work under the authority of a real estate broker.  In most cases, the salesperson is

an independent contractor rather than an employee.  The commission split that a salesperson receives varies with each company or broker. 

One should consider the commission split in addition to support, training, technology, fees, facility, office location and personal factors that will

lead to a successful and satisfying career.   

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Jobs for Virginia Real Estate Agents

Brokerage Companies for new and experienced real estate

agents

These are area real estate companies in Virginia that provide jobs for those who have passed the Virginia state PSI license exam and for those who may already be licensed as salespersons or brokers.  Agents are encouraged to interview real estate brokerages in their area to join the best broker that will be the most appropriate for your situation.   If you do not find a suitable company here or have questions about finding a broker company, fill out our contact form for more information on selecting a broker. Northern VA - Fairfax County -  Loudoun County - Prince William County Arlington -Alexandria Virginia Beach N orfolk Chesepeake - Portsmouth Newport News - Hampton - Williamsburg Richmond - Henrico County - Chesterfield County Charlottesville- Albemarle County Harrisonburg - Rockingham County Staunton - Augusta County Lynchburg - Campbell County Roanoke - Roanoke  County Danville - Pittsyvania and Cawell County Blacksburg - Montgomery County Bristol, Abingdon We are working on job placement with the following counties cities and other not yet listed. Please contact us for job placement so that we may personally assist you. Lexington - Rockbridge County Winchester -Frederick County More areas - coming soon

We provide potential for a successful career opportunity for those

seeking to join a real estate company.  While a real estate agent does

not technically seek employment, all Virginia salespersons must work

under the authority of a real estate broker.  In most cases, the

salesperson is an independent contractor rather than an employee. 

The commission split that a salesperson receives varies with each

company or broker.  One should consider the commission split in

addition to support, training, technology, fees, facility, office location

and personal factors that will lead to a successful and satisfying

career.