Is my (real estate) boss ripping me off?

I recently started a new job as a sales associate in real estate. Got chatting to my boss about the pay and he said for each property that lists, I get $200 and for each house that sells, I get $300.

So in total, $500 for each house that sells. I live in Australia and this is my first job in real estate. I worked it out, and I think it’s a bit strange that I’m getting a flat rate regardless of if the home sells for $500 K or $1.5 million, rather than a commission split for the value of the home.

I am only cold calling people at the moment, trying to book an appointment. I am not actually doing listings or anything else, just contacting people and trying to get them to book an appointment with my boss.

What’s your opinion on this? Do you think I’m being underpaid? Do you think this sounds dodgy? Is this typical for an entry-level sales associate position in real estate?

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I recently started a new job as a sales associate in real estate. Got chatting to my boss about the pay and he said for each property that lists, I get $200 and for each house that sells, I get $300. So in total, $500 for each house that sells. I live in Australia and this is my first job in real estate. I worked it out, and I think it’s a bit strange that I’m getting a flat rate regardless of if the home sells for $500 K or $1.5 million, rather than a commission split for the value of the home. I am only cold calling people at the moment, trying to book an appointment. I am not actually doing listings or anything else, just contacting people and trying to get them to book an appointment with my boss. What’s your opinion on this? Do you think I’m being underpaid? Do you think this sounds dodgy? Is this typical for an entry-level sales associate position in real estate? submitted by /u/Apprehensive_Guard12 [link] [comments]

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