What is a brokerage associate?
A. A broker-associate is an individual licensed as a real estate broker, but who works in the capacity of a salesperson for another responsible broker or corporation.
What is the difference between sales agent and associate broker?
Associate brokers have broker licenses but choose to work under another broker. In general, associate brokers do not supervise other agents. Managing brokers oversee transactions and daily operations in the office. They also hire agents, train new hires, and manage administrative staff.
What experience level is required to get a broker or associate broker license in NY?
Applicants must also possess at least 3 years of experience in the real estate business equivalent to that of an active real estate salesperson. Examination: You must have passed the NYS Real Estate Broker examination.
Can you be a broker and a broker sales associate in Florida?
Can I operate as a Broker and Broker Sales Associate at the same time? No, when working in a broker sales associate capacity you agree to work for one broker or owner developer because you are operating in a "sales associate" capacity.