Keller Williams Realty

Do you know a Realtor with “broker indigestion”?

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Keller Williams RealtyThere have been lots of changes in real estate companies over the past decade, most notably the huge increase in the number of Keller Williams Realty agents across America.  Keller Williams Realty is now the #1 real estate company in America based on agent count, and our sights are now set on selling the largest volume of real estate of any real estate franchise in the U.S.A.

Many Realtors are experiencing what we refer to as “broker indigestion”; basically they are not happy at their current place of employment.  Bad commission splits, increased fees, and newly-created desk fees are some of the biggest complaints we hear when interviewing agents. (we couldn’t agree more.)  At Keller Williams Realty, all agents are on the same 70%/30% split.  Once the agent has paid their share of the yearly office expenses, the agent receives 100% of their commission earned until the agent’s next anniversary date.  Yes, you read that sentence correctly.

In addition to favorable commission splits, optional residual income streams are available through profit share and growth share opportunities.  This type of opportunity is unprecedented in the real estate industry, and is the main reason why Keller Williams Realty has seen such rapid growth.

Lastly, the training at Keller Williams Realty is unsurpassed.  We offer training sessions every week covering topics including: buyer & seller mastery, craigslist strategies, ethics, technology training, and a whole lot more!

If you are interested in learning more about Keller Williams Realty, please contact John Stallings at Keller Williams Honolulu to schedule your confidential interview.  John Stallings can be reached at 808.294.1794 or via e-mail at John@OBHomes.com

 

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