The Real Deal New York

NYC’s best firms to work for

From health insurance to technology to office space, TRD looks at the standout benefits and amenities offered by New York City residential brokerages

September 04, 2012 10:30AM
By Leigh Kamping-Carder

From the September issue: September marks the official end of summer — even if the thermostat says otherwise. This month, as real estate brokers bid adieu to the beach and return to the office, The Real Deal took a look at what they’ll find when they get there.

Since most agents are independent contractors (as opposed to employees), their workplace happiness involves different factors than the average worker: For real estate agents, it’s less about salary, more about commission splits; less about vacation time, more about marketing support. [more]

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