Valoraciones de Licensed Realtor en Keller Williams Realty en Estados Unidos
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I started out as a Realtor with Keller Williams, so they gave me my foundation. I enjoyed being in the office and could always find support, expertise, and ideas for my business.
This is my first job being self-employed so I am trying to figure out a good work-life balance. Keller Williams gives you all the tools you need to success, you just have to figure out what the success is to you and how much you want to use.
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On a team. Workplace culture is all about building each other up so that not only are we successful in our everyday business, we are successful in our personal life as well. Hardest part of the job is determining market shifts and how to handle objections in the market specifically related to clients and their needs.
Keller Williams has an unmatched sales training that extends beyond basic real estate school. It’s the perfect place to learn sales, marketing in your own business.
It’s commissioned so you have to work in order to increase your pipeline
When selling real state you are considered self employed. You are responsible for the growth of your business. Salary is based on sales and commission only.
No benefits, commission only
Bottom line is that this is a sales job with unlimited potential if you're willing to put the work in. Golden rule, you get out what you put in. Emphasis on growth and learning at company training's weekly. Lot's of support if you seek it out.
You are on your own. Each KW office is owned by different broker. Some of them are very helpful, willing to train new agents. Others are not. Luckily, I joined a family oriented brokerage. They are very supportive and willing to teach you to survive in the industry. For the good side, if you know a lot people, you could make several sales a year. For the bad side, you are independent contractor. There is no base salary. Each office has a monthly fee, such as $50/month for the E&O and technology fee. However, if you could make several sales a year, the fee is nothing.
Keller Williams offered a full spectrum of training and support to the new real estate agent. They offered great office environments and sales materials. Their management was accessible, knowledgeable and supportive.
They offer constant education and updates on contract changes. The tools are at your fingertips. Anyone on the KW team is willing to help you grow. You can make great friends spending time in the office. The only problem is you have to figure out how to work a normal job and work real estate until you grow enough to run your own business. I haven't been able to do both 100%.
I've been working at Keller Williams since September. I love being able to put at much or as little time as i want into my career. I've already learned a lot about coordinating events and organization. You get out what you put in.