Independent Contractor (Current Employee), Tampa, FL – September 12, 2013
Pros: positive and cooperative work environment
Cons: in the field of real estate -- no matter how fabulous your brokerage is, you still have to generate your own clients and business
KW is perhaps not my cup of tea, but is a great company in several capacities. There is a strong overarching company there that jives well with many people -- if it works for you, then it could be a great fit. Either way, the training they provide is exceptional.
Keller Williams Realty is one of the top Real Estate companies in the Nation.
Realtor (Current Employee), Woodbridge, VA – October 17, 2013
Pros: great management.
Positive work environment with outgoing motivated agents. Each day as a Realtor is different and constantly changing. The hardest part of the job is acquiring listings. The most enjoyable part of the job is the satisfaction of assisting clients to find the home of their dreams.
REALTOR® in North County San Diego (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – October 15, 2013
Pros: classes, comradery, and commission
Cons: clicks/ favortism, teaches hard sales, distrust
Classes are informative and enjoyable, especially for the newbie. However, some of the practices are misleading. If you are an experienced agent with current clientele then this company has great commission rates and opportunities. For newbies, the only way to make money in real estate is telemarketing, door to door sales, and mailers/advertisements- – more... if you have the money for them. – less
*Come to the office check voicemail. * Check email * Check all the websites make sure there are updated and task are completed *Submit offers to the seller for the seller review * Complete excel spreadsheets
At this job I have learned how to submit HUD offers and how the HUD process work. I have learn more about how to work in Excel. I enjoy working – more... with my co worker we make sure we get things done. The hardest part of this job is being giving just pieces on how to do things and your expected to do it right. The most enjoyable part of the job is the boss will listen and will take some of your ideas if it will make the process easier for us. – less
Realtor (Former Employee), Austin, TX – September 19, 2013
Pros: lots of people there to help
Cons: you pay a lot of money to work at keller williams.
I learned a lot from Keller Williams. It is environment designed to help you start your career in real estate. People there are friendly and dedicated. They seem to care about your potential and helping you to achieve it. The most difficult part real estate is prospecting for clients and getting that first contract. I did enjoy the education that I – more... received. That is information that I will be able to hang on to for a lifetime. – less