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Park Place Realty Network, LLC

The Leading Real Estate Referral & License Holding Company

FAQ's

Q: Why become a Network Associate?

A: If you have a real estate license in the states of either Florida, Georgia or North Carolina and are not actively using it as a full-time agent, activate your license with us. You will earn top dollar by referring out your friends and family to the best agents worldwide on any type of real estate sale. 

Q: How exactly do I earn a referral fee? 

A: When you place a referral with us through our website, we will make sure your referral is in the right hands with a top agent in their market, on any type of real estate sale. This top agent will handle the entire transaction for you. Their broker will then pay Park Place a referral fee once the transaction closes. Click here for a better example. 

Q: Will I really get my own Park Place website page?

A: Yes, we will build you your own website page in which you can use to promote your referral business online. This website is built to help you capture leads. You can see an example of what your webpage would look like here. Currently Free for a limited time. 

*You will also get your own builder search website too. See an example here. 

Q: Bottom line, what is my out of pocket expense to be active in your company?

A: The only fee you have to stay active in our company is an annual administration fee of $100. This can be paid annually by credit card, or you can mail us a check.  (To sign-up, go to our Details page).

Q: Does Park Place have an errors & omissions insurance policy?

A: Yes, Park Place holds a company errors & omissions policy in-case of any negligence. 

Q: Which states can I have a real estate license in and be active with your company?

A: We currently can activate your real estate license if you are licensed in either Florida, Georgia or North Carolina. Keep in mind, you can live anywhere in the world and refer all over the world, you just need to be licensed in one of these states. 

Q: What type of real estate am I able to refer out and collect a referral fee?

A: You can refer out and earn a referral fee on residential, commercial, business brokerage, industrial, new construction & property managing real estate. The only type of real estate to where it is difficult to receive a referral fee is on rentals. 

Q: Can the annual administration fee be used as a tax write-off? 

A: In many cases, the annual administration fee and any home office or mileage expenses can be used as a tax write-off. In some cases, the cost of your administration fee will be off-set by the savings you'll receive from your tax return. Consult with your CPA if you have any questions or concerns. 

Q: How do I know if your company is legitimate?

A: Go to to the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation's website, license # CQ1036946. In this section you have two options. One, click on "view license complaint" you will see we have no complaints. Two, click on "view related license information" you will see the many active licensees who have trusted us to place their license with our firm. Also take a look at our Facebook page here, view the feedback, conversations, and photos that take place on this page. Another great option is Google. Go to www.Google.com, type in our company name and research the internet exposure that we have. See our many great testimonials here

Q: If I'm the one buying or selling, can I still earn a referral fee?

A: Yes, you would refer yourself out just like a regular referral. Park Place will make sure you are in the right hands with a top agent to handle the entire transaction for you. You would then earn the referral fee once the transaction closes. 

Q: If I am coming to Park Place Realty Network from full-time status, can I maintain my membership in the local Board of Realtors and/or multiple listing services?

A: No, as a Network Associate, you will no longer have the expenses of those memberships. We are not members of any Board or MLS and is how we are able to get around those associations requiring our agents to pay those fees.
*But, you are allowed to be an active, full-time Realtor in another state that you might have a license in. We have many agents who are full-time Realtors in another state and refer out their outside business through Park Place.

Q: How do I know that you are referring my prospect to the right agent?

A:  Park Place specializes in real estate referrals. We have a database of all active agents and are able to tell who the top agents are in each market. If you have an agent that you would like to use, we can work with your agents just as long as they are ok with our referral fees.  

Q: Can I choose who will receive my referral leads?

A: Possibly. We place no restrictions on to whom, or to which brokerage company, you can refer your leads, as long as they are willing to work with our program. Their broker would just have to be ok paying a referral fee of 25% if the sales price is below $200,000 or 30% for anything higher than $200,000, only if the transaction closes, on the buy or sell side, but not both. If, for some reason they do not agree to work with us, we can easily find you an equally qualified agent to work with. (To sign-up, go to our Details page).

Q: Can I refer my lead outside of the state/country that I am licensed in?

A: Yes, we are able to find and refer out your referrals to top brokers all over the world. Referrals do vary however from country to country as real estate laws are different in each country. 

Q: What is the advantage of keeping my license active?

A: You are not legally able to collect any type of Real Estate commissions or referral fees by staying Inactive. Your Real Estate license needs to be under a Broker in order to earn a real estate commission. By staying inactive, you are paying fees to the state and real estate schools for CE and are not allowed to earn any type of real estate commission in this status.

Q: How can you legally collect a real estate commission outside the state you're licensed in? 

A: Referral fees are paid between broker to broker and are completely legal. We are referring real estate business to a broker in a state or country that is legally licensed to practice there. 

Q: Can I continue as a referral associate if I move out of state or even the U.S.?

A: Yes, the majority of our agents live outside of the state that they are licensed in. We have active agents who live as far as Japan and they send their referral business out worldwide and collect the referral fee. 

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