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  • no, never have paid for premium and I get listings fine.
    • I take that back...I research the listing before I will take it because Pyramid is for small outsourcers, companies that require you to pay them a referral fee (can be as high as 30%) plus you will pay Pyramid a 115.00 Tech fee at closing. If they give you a listing priced at 50k, you could walk away with 935.00 after you have done biweekly inspections, monthly market reports and bpos for up to 6 months. most are hard to get price reductions to move quickly. I make sure that the property has a decent chance of selling in 90 days and has a minimum commission to make it worth doing. #learned the hardway
      • Update: Pyramid Tech Fee is now 175.00 and now Dakota has an offer platform( propoffers.com) that cost 185.00
        Read listing agreements carefully and compare language to referral agreements js
        • I have paid different platform fees for different companies that are on PP.
      • Very good information. So true, all listings are not worth it by the time you are done doing all the required duties to maintain the property and pay the referral fee it is not pretty. I learned the hard way as well.
  • do you thing they will charge the tech fee still if we join
  • I have been on Pyramid for about three years and I think I will try out the premium agent. I hate to see that they have started this but it may be worth the money. The only reason I would try it is because I have gotten a lot of business from Pyramid.
    • I too also are in same position
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