What is a First Roman Referral Agent?

Its unique opportunity to earn income in the real estate field by referring customers, through your broker, to licensed REALTORS®. It’s that simple.

Working as a referral associate for First Roman gives you an excellent opportunity to make money with your real estate license without the challenges and expenses involved with paying MLS board dues, marketing listings and showing buyers multiple properties. You can generate income with one phone call.

Who can be a referral associate?

  • Newly licensed individuals who are not ready to ready to commit to sales full-time.
  • Someone working full-time in another career who wants to earn additional income.
  • Someone retired from Real Estate.
  • Someone who relocated to a new state but wants to maintain their Florida Real estate License.
  • Someone looking to make money without all the legwork.
  • Deployed military personnel.

What are the benefits?

  • Full-Time Broker at your disposal

  • Access to training and events

  • Earn Unlimited Income

  • No Board Dues or MLS Fees

  • No Supra e-Key Fees

  • No E & O Fees

  • Affordable Membership Fee ($120 a year)

Why First Roman Referral?

As a referral associate with First Roman Referral Real Estate your license is held with us, where you can earn extra income, keep your real estate license active, and receive full company support in the placement and follow up for your referrals.

The benefits are endless:

An experienced broker handles all the details of your referrals including:

  • Placing, tracking, & validating all paperwork is in place, so you get paid.

  • Following up with customer to ensure agent is providing extraordinary service.

  • Maintaining ongoing communication with assigned associate and validating expectations are met.

  • We have access to a global network of brokers who have strong market presence & superior customer service.

  • You can work from anywhere.

  • When previous customers call you, refer them and make money from their closed transactions.


As a referral associate, your real estate license must be active with the state of Florida and remain in good standing.

The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) requires continuing education and payment of dues to maintain an active license.

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