Sometimes, the longer you do something, the harder it becomes to imagine yourself doing anything else. That’s what happens to a lot of people. They lose confidence in their ability to make a living any other way. Fear keeps people in place, perpetuating mediocre results.

A flexible work life, eliminating unnecessary commutes,  getting things done remotely certainly sounds like a no-brainer today, considering all the readily available tech tools we have at our disposal. So how can helping a broker pay for pricey  office space and / or franchise fees make any sense if you primarily work remotely? Is it because it's always been done that way in the past? Or because you believe a corporate logo on a business card brings you more credibility with potential clients?  It's been proven  time and again that most  successful Real Estate Professionals are not "followers". They succeed because they are INDEPENDENT-MINDED. They believe in themselves. In fact, such individuals typically stand out from the crowd by developing their own "personal brand". They build their reputation by delivering above-average service to their clientele. The logo appearing on their business card didn't magically propel their name to the top producer list. Their hard work  and people skills did!

Independence Realty introduced the trend-setting "Remotely Work From Anywhere" real estate sales concept in 1991. Our business model was built on  a simple, fundamental principle: 


Now more than ever, Independence Realty's no-nonsense approach to COST-CUTTING and REVENUE GROWING remains appealing to  Real Estate Professionals who wish to streamline their work life, pare down costs and grow their income.

If you want to make a positive change in your life, this is is your opportunity.   Take the initiative. Break away from the herd. 


Find out how you can benefit from INDEPENDENCE :

CALL (619) 980-7325 or send an email.

 Or Click HERE To Join Our Team!

The businesses that thrive over the long haul are likely to be those that understand that cost cutting and revenue growing aren't mutually exclusive.  Eternal vigilance to both the top and bottom lines is the new Ticket to Prosperity.” 

- Howard Schulz, CEO, Starbucks, Inc.