Veteran Success Program

Real estate career package for veterans and their spouses.

All Startup Costs Covered

If you or your spouse is a U.S. military veteran, Coldwell Banker Preferred presents to you a complete program of coaching, education, marketing and business materials for your first year as an individual independent sales associate.

Starting in a new business can be financially challenging, so Coldwell Banker Preferred is offering to provide you with funding that would be helpful to offset your real estate related expenses including classes, state exam, initial real estate license, REALTOR® board, MLS fees, Legal Assistance Program, signs and marketing materials that are not covered under your GI Bill benefits.

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Program Highlights

  • Coldwell Banker Preferred offers up to $1,500 in funding to assist any veteran or spouse of veteran who affiliates as an individual sales associate with education, business and marketing expenses.

  • New independent sales associates have the opportunity to receive personal coaching from Coldwell Banker Preferred marketing and education staff during their first year of business.

  • In addition to the initial costs mentioned above, the cost of business cards, promotional materials (postcards, mailers, envelopes, etc.) and yard signs can also be offset with program funding.

  • After certification and licensure, new qualified independent sales associates have the opportunity to attend the “AMP!” course that helps prepare them to prospect for clients, build a book of business and negotiate real estate contracts and paperwork.

  • Independent sales associates have the opportunity to build a business plan to follow for personal success in real estate sales.

Additional Details

  • Applicable to veterans with honorable discharge (DD214) and spouses of veterans affiliating as individual sales associates.
  • Initial $500 paid after sales associate affiliation date.
  • Additional $500 paid after the closing of the sales associate’s first and second agent-generated transactions, respectively.