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BrokerSumo simplifies back office operations that real estate brokerages and agent teams manage on a day-to-day basis. This includes on-boarding/hiring real estate agents, managing their profile including their commission plan, monthly fees, transaction fees, license expiration dates and credit card and banking information.

It allows brokerages to bill agents’ credit cards for their monthly fees and pay them electronically with direct deposit with no transfer fees, eliminating paper checks forever. Commission disbursements are automatically generated based on the agents commission plan.

The reporting dashboard gives the brokerage insight into their revenue and their best performing agents.

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