Valoraciones de Sales Associate en Keller Williams Realty
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I would say Keller is just an okay place to put your license. The initial training is good but you really are 100% on your own. No leads are provided and really no support. I didn't realize that there are a lot of other real estate companies out there that will take much much less of your commission and also not charge all of the monthly fees. Shop around before you decide to go with KW. Unless you are selling over $1M you give up quite a large chunk of your commission for zero help.
You run your own business.
I have been with Keller Williams for a few months now and always feel supported by those who helped me get started. I LOVE the training. If you are a new agent, this is a great place to go to grow and learn.
Start day with follow-ups and call backs Think on your feet, be quick in overcoming objections Be enthusiastic and cheerful with clients Make clients feel you’re offering them something of value The hardest part of the job was doorknocking The most enjoyable was helping first-time buyers get into a home Must have tough skin as there is a lot of rejection in real estate
You are your own boss
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Excellent brokerage for newbies to get a solid foundation in the daily business of real estate. As in any real estate firm, generating new business is tough. KW provides ideas to build upon, but the grind is left to the realtor. KW has a culture all its own, and is faith based.
Well, a typical day was get on the phone and get on those leads! I was motivated enough to eventually get into luxury real estate. I learned to have patience, lots of it. Especially when it comes to buying or selling property. You could show a house with EVERYTHING requested, and somehow either clients fail to commit or the deal fell through. Don't get me wrong, real estate is wonderful career. I just think getting past that first hump and into the luxury or commercial business part of it, it becomes more enjoyable. Workplace was great! Everyone super friendly. The hardest part of the job is when you have been working with the same client for 2 months, find the house of their dreams and the deal suddenly doesn’t go through. the most enjoyable part of the job is when you’re able to find that house, that home they loved so much. It is ver gratifying!
Loved being the part of KW. Laid back atmosphere in the high pressure carrier of real estate agent. Reward in helping people with their real estate needs is unique and priceless.
All hours of day/night
Great company to be associated with, they truly put clients needs first. If you don't mind long hours and strictly commission based pay real estate is right for you just remember there are times when you do your job and still don't get paid. People in real estate will know what I mean. Bottom line real estate is not for everyone.
Meeting and helping great people.
Meeting all kinds of people.
Since I have been with Keller Williams, there is always something to learn more than once every week. After an agent gets out of ignite program, there is a load of information inside to benefit the surrounding.
Lunch and training
No healtb insurance
You lead generate daily. Learned that even though KW boasts tons of learning tools that they are actually about working one on one with you to help enforce what is taught in class. I
Free to work your own hours
Ultimately I felt like I did not matter
Poor leadership. The worst I have ever seen. There is constantly tons of staff and agent turnover. Trust me ... there are much better places in Austin to work or hang your license than Keller Williams Realty. The team leaders at each office are instructed to recruit, recruit, recruit. But they have to in order to keep their numbers up. 10-20 agents leave each of the six Austin area offices on a monthly basis. That's 60-120 agents leaving KW each month! Most go to other brokerages because most brokerages are way better than KW. All KW cares about is getting their share of the agents' commissions so they can continue to live their lavish lifestyles. Don't fall for it! Run from it!
Great company to get started with. They have an extensive educational program that goes above and beyond what GTAR provides. They not only teach the rules and regulations but how to go out and generate new business as well. Highly recommend!