Join The Dexter Team

Becoming An Agent

At Dexter Realty, becoming an agent is one of the best decisions you can make for your real estate career. Read more below for what provides the competitive advantage.

We are always welcoming driven, hard-working realtors. Come work with us.

We Invest In Our Agents

Dexter’s horizon is longer than most. We are intent on building careers and an enduring reputation rather than quarterly returns. Ask any Dexter agent and they’ll tell you our commitment to helping them excel at the profession is 24/7.

A Shared Stake

Many brokerage models are more concerned with headcounts than quality support. Dexter’s proudly flies in the face of that. We share the commission with our agents because the path to real success is a partnership between brokerage and agent.

Shared Expenses

We know good marketing can be costly—yet worthwhile. That’s why our shared stake doesn’t stop at commissions. We subsidize our agents’ marketing expenses for their entire career while at Dexter. This way, everyone wins.

Highly Tuned

The only way to maintain our four-decades-long sterling reputation is through flawless, continuous training. Our managing brokers make it their mission to support each and every Dexter agent.

Love your brokerage.

We welcome applications to join the renewed Dexter Realty. Fill in the information below and we will contact you to set-up an interview.

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