FAQ’s 2018-03-07T08:48:28+00:00

FAQ’s

Absolutely. Our support is for agents of all experiences. If you’re new to the industry, we’ll even help connect you to your first listings to get you off and running. Naturally, you’ll need your industry qualifications first.

The level of certification varies across Australia. At the very least, you’ll need to be a registered real estate agent. As part of your Shartru Agency package, we’ll take care of Licensing and Compliance. There are plenty of ways to gain your registration, such as a course from Open Colleges. Find out more here.

The 75% commission structure is for sales certificate holders and 85% is for licensed real estate agents. The 75% for sales certificate holders is only less due to payroll tax and workers compensation that has to legally be paid by Shartru Agency. If you obtain your real estate license, you will be eligible to swap to the 85% commission structure.

Yes. It’s important to us that members of the Shartru family are representative of the things we value, which includes trust. We complete police and Real Estate Industry checks, and we also undertake regular audits of our agents’ property appraisals.

You can sell as many or as little as you wish. Shartru Agency empowers you to be the best version of yourself, giving you the flexibility to build the life you want. When you sell smarter, you’ll have more time to focus on the things you are passionate about.

Our model is replicable and available right across Australia. While our head office is in Belmont, NSW, we can support you wherever you are in Australia.

All the real estate agents in the Shartru family are welcome to use our brand, but we’re all about flexibility. If you wish to build your own brand, the choice is yours.

No. Your salary is based entirely on your commissions, so the more you sell, the more you earn. And, since we’ll be handling all of the stuff that holds you back, you’ll have more time to build relationships, secure property listings and sell property.

Opportunity to receive their sales commissions upfront, for a fee, prior to property settlement’ to ‘opportunity to receive sales commissions upfront, prior to property settlement.