Valoraciones de Keller Williams Realty en Los Angeles, CA
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I enjoyed my time at KELLER Williams just wished I could have made more money as my desire to be a Realtor was/is stronger than any other employment I’ve had. Being overwhelming successful as a Realtor, just wasn’t meant to be at least for me and I worked hard at it (few years harder than others) for close to 10 years.
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Good Workplace culture. A strong company culture that values learning translates directly to greater employee loyalty, employee retention, and growth potential. Learning Culture Keeping Employees Engaged, Motivated & Loyal Developing Employees into Leaders
I’ve worked as an agent for 4 years with KW. They made it seem that culture is important. When I became a team leader I saw side I never wanted to see, it was all a lie. They do not stand firm by the mission and values they preach.
Training for beginners
Personal data sharing, deceptive and cult like discriminative behavior
I could write for hours about everything that happened, but I think three words will sum it up: "huge" "yearly" and "turnover". When you interview, make sure to ask about former staff - how long were they there, why are they no longer with the company, etc.
Keller Williams is a wonderful company that cares about its company culture and it is a very collaborative and supportive environment. It fits for a go-getter who likes to work independently, thrives in earning sales, while at the same time works well with others and strives for excellent customer service to clients.
Being a Realtor has it's ups and downs. You are always chasing your next sale and it's hard to plan your finances with the uncertainty of when the next sale is. When you are making sales it's great! Just make sure you save save save.
Great commissions and freedom
It’s a franchise company and it was just a terrible experience for me. I would not recommend working for KW. My personal experience was based on thenoffice I worked at. I was treated unfairly. My birthday was never acknowledged yet I was to get the birthday card and cake for every birthday.
Great company for a self starter who can work independently. Support staff is excellent. Commission based employment but unlimited earning potential.
Ongoing training and education
Pay is commission based only
Great brokerage for new agents, lots of resources to get going in RE. Splits are not the best for starters but experience is more valuable than any splits.
Splits and fees can be a lot for starters
This company is like multi-level marketing. THey just want to get as ,many agents in the door to pay the monthly fees. The cut the broker gets for new agents' commission is 30%, which is absurd. They lure you in by the promise of all of this "training", which may or may not occur on any given day, and promise you a mentor, which will always be too busy to help you on any given day. It is all rushed and everyone is out for themselves. I should have done more research before joining up. It has been an uncomfortable situation from the start, and now i feel locked in, because i am a new agent. Honestly, i don't recommend. I think every agent should get their own broker license and just do it themselves, it would be the same amount of work, without the absurd split.
Say what you will about the kool-aid, but KW training is the model for the industry. There are many great brokers, but they're all handing out the "red book." I'd advise any new agent to give KW a try and use it as the standard to reach or exceed in any real estate endeavors.
This company is a real estate brokers company where you can hang your real estate license to perform real estate transactions. They have lots of classes and support for agents at all levels. But you are an independent agent.