La Rosa Holdings

Is The Real Estate Business Changing? 100%

About this Event

A recent court decision has sent a shockwave through the real estate industry and now many companies are reevaluating the traditional commission model. La Rosa Holdings (NASDAQ: LHRC) saw the writing on the wall years ago and is disrupting the revenue share model by designing it around the agent rather than the brokerage.

Their 100% commission model means the agents make more money, which attracts more agents and volume to the company. While not taking commissions might seem counter intuitive, La Rosa earns its revenue from fixed monthly fees, annual dues, and significantly lower transaction fees for the agents. The company has developed a proprietary technology platform that provides their agents with education, marketing, and referrals that fuel growth. La Rosa also earns money for ancillary services like mortgage initiation, insurance, and other upsell opportunities.

Register now to watch this webinar with Joe La Rosa, Founder and CEO of La Rosa Realty to hear how by putting agents first, his company has expanded to include 2500 agents in 37 offices across 7 states with many more coming on board in 2024.

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein, CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

June 5


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