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  • Charlotte, NC
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
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  • Company - Private
  • Real Estate
  • $25 to $50 million (USD)


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Allen Tate, Jr.
25 Ratings
Aug 28, 2020
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"Good place to work"

Current Employee - REALTOR® in United States
Positive Outlook
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I have been working at Allen Tate full-time for more than a year


Great training, good leadership, supportive BIC


Very low commission split for new employees

Advice to Management

Raise the commission split, It prevents new talent from joining.
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    Provisional Broker Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Charlotte, NC
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Allen Tate (Charlotte, NC) in Jul 2020


    The interview process began with a brief phone conversation with the regional recruiter, which seemed promising. The woman, of course, raved about the training protocol and emphasized how Allen Tate strives to make new agents feel at home in the "daunting" world of real estate. All great. She then extended my contact info to the BIC of the branch location I was considering working at. The BIC reached out the same day and asked my availability for a phone call and my phone number. I suggested one time and day, which she said she would be unavailable then, so then I suggested half an hour later. I did not receive a confirmation email until the day of, half an hour before (at the original time she declined), and she changed it to a zoom meeting asking if I could jump on "now" because she will have to cut it short if it is at the previously agreed upon time, which I was not physically dressed for because of personal circumstances. So that was a bit off-putting to me, but I was still eager to learn about the firm. Anyway, she asked me to share a bit about my personal career goals and such and I mentioned that my father was a realtor in another state, and I'm new to the area and unable to explore as much as I would like due to Covid-19, etc. From then on, the interview almost felt as if she was trying to recruit my father instead of me ("I'd love to meet him, you can extend my contact info, we actually have a relationship with out-of-state brokers who work with us", etc). She went on to say how they are wary about new agents, especially those new to the area, and how they can contribute to making lasting client relationships right off the bat. It was a very discouraging interview, to be honest, especially since the recruiter said they pride themselves on taking new agents under their wings and showing them the ropes and that they have such great trainers/coaches. This woman (BIC) just made me want to leave the video call pretty quickly into it. So it was disappointing overall, but maybe Allen Tate is a better fit for some other agent (preferably not new and not new to the area lol). I should have taken the other negative interview reviews more seriously. Oh well, lesson learned.

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...Great company with great realtors and managers....

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