Keller Williams

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They provide a lot of information and training that is beneficial for their agents. There is a new hire training where they have an advisor to help you through each process. It is a bit pricey, but it is definitely worth it to learn the transaction requirements. The expenses overall are pricey, but I do think it's worth all the tools, leads, and training they provide.

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They're absolutely great. The only reason I left was because of the coronavirus, but I do plan on returning when things calm down.

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The area that I am currently in has a lot of top agents who are pretty nice about answering any questions or providing assistance if I need any. They also provide unlimited training and make sure we get a good amount of training before we go out in the field. It is a pretty recognized and trusted brokerage, KW Command is great, and I love the codes we are provided with. The only thing I'm opposed to is all their fees, other than that I like them.

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They are a very well structured brokerage. They have the greatest environment where you don't feel like it is a 9-5 job. The only issue I'd say they have is that they can grow to a point where it can get impersonal and disconnected because of their size. Overall it's a great brokerage. If you are looking for flexibility, training, and support, this will be the perfect fit for you.

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I initially joined because it is a faith-based business. I liked their motto, "God, Family, and Business." I think they're a good brokerage to join as a new agent because they are one of the largest brokerages in the nation, and an agent needs to have a prominent brand name behind them. Although not all people might know real estate, they still recognize the name. So we definitely have the relationship and presence in the community. The brokerage is always trying to expand its technology and is always up to date with current trends. They are truly the best and you can come to the office and get help from almost everybody.

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The reason why I signed with Keller Williams is because they are very well known. I really wanted exposure, and they had a lot to offer. They provide continuous training on everything and also encourage you to build lead generate. Although their commission split is an 80/20, I do think that they're a bit pricey with all the fees we pay. Especially as a new agent, I think it's already hard enough as it is getting started and having just paid your school, exams, and activation fees for your license.

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They are a very acceptable brokerage. They have a great reputation, structure, and they have the greatest support system. My favorite aspect of Keller Williams is their training. They have you go through a 9-week training where coaches help you with the first couple of transactions, and they also provide some online training. I recommend this brokerage to new agents to start off with because it is really good training. I was going to start here and change, but I ended up staying because I absolutely love what they provide and how they train.

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They're good. My husband and I are both agents there, and we enjoy it. There is a lot of training that's provided, and it is a really good environment. They have a commission split of a 70/30 and CAP of $21,000. My husband and I have a monthly fee of $140. In the beginning, your mentioned gets 10% of your first four deals, and if you go over $400 thousand, you have to go through as a luxury transaction and pay a fee. In my opinion, I think Keller Williams is VERY expensive.

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The reason why I chose them was that they have a good mindset in the real estate industry. They really help their agents promote their contacts and help us organize ourselves to continually reach out to our clients because that how we get business. There are also many seminars they provide for new agents, along with coaching agents on what to do step by step on a transaction. They truly have a great atmosphere, and they are very well known nationally.

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They are a great company. They provide top-notch training for new agents, and they make sure that every agent knows how to go through every step of a transaction. They have a supportive environment, and the brokers are always available when you need any assistance. Their training is ongoing, and the culture is amazing.

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Small World Realty

It's more for part-time real estate agents, and I really like it. Our team leader is extremely supportive of his agents and always checks our contracts before any signing. Not only does he double-check everything, but he also provides online videos in case we are working late and need any assistance. We can always refer to the videos on how to do certain things. They are very supportive, and it's great for part-time real estate agents.

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I like that it's one of the large organizations because the name is very well known and that's how traffic is brought in. They really provide their agents with a lot of tools and technology to help us succeed in the industry. I really recommend them for new or experienced agents. They are truly a great company.

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I like everything about KW. The comradery, teamwork, and the profit-sharing opportunities they provide. They are the number one company in the world, and they provide top-grade education and courses. They're truly a great company to work for.

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It's a great brokerage. There are many agents with so much experience and knowledge, and they are not greedy with sharing it with others. They also provide top-notch training every week, which is very helpful for the new agents like myself. Great brokerage and fair commission splits.

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They have a really friendly environment. The coaching program is great and they provide top- notch training and have a good reputation. I think it's a really good brokerage to join because they have a big network and they are a franchise company. I definitely recommend them because of the one-on-one coaching and all the tools that are provided.

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Keller Williams is a great company. The managers are nice, the team is helpful, and if you need any assistance, they are always available. The broker is also great. He really cares for the agents and talks to them regularly. I also love the fact that they are trying to work on providing dual-career classes for agents like myself, who have another career as well as real estate. They are the number one brokerage out there, and their training is outstanding.

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I like the additional training they provide for new agents. It is very helpful. If you think you need additional training, I definitely recommend Keller Williams. The only con about it is that it's very pricey with all their fees.

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I'm currently at Keller Williams and my volume sold is about 700k. My split on that is 70%. Looking for a new brokerage because the fees are high, and their office fees are high as well. Need to find a brokerage with lower fees and more leads.

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They're great. I like the people, the environment, and all the training they provide for their agents. They also offer many useful tools so that we are organized and efficient when it comes to our clients. Although they are a big company, the broker is very supportive of their agents, and they are there if we ever have any questions or concerns.

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They were good. They offered training beyond the schooling that was very helpful. Agents there were very friendly and would show you how things worked or how to approach a certain situation. , The environment overall was wonderful. Their commission structure for new agents is a 60/40 with a monthly fee of $80, which is pretty good compared to other brokerages. The only thing is that they prefer new agents to start as an individual agent rather than be on a team. In my opinion, I think when you're new, you'll feel better with a team environment. That way, you have people to guide you with any questions you might have.

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They were so very into training and coming into the office ...really frustrating because I felt like they were trying to change me to fit the mold. Less office time would have worked a lot better. Didn't work for me at all. They had 50/50 splits, but after all the fees, it was more like 35%. Moved to a place with more energy and leads and do not regret it one single bit!

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They always have classes...I wouldn't say their training is great but they always have classes available. The training needs work, they do have a lot of classes, but they focus more on lead generation. They are missing how to get the job done especially for a new agent. They teach how to find clients, but not how to get the job done (like the forms, the processes). The fees they charge are a lot (especially the monthly office fee).

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I didn't get enough overall support with Keller Williams in Torrance. The support that I wish I had got was more mentorship, training, and referrals to help me to generate more sales for the company.

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Keller Williams Cityside in Atlanta had no real volume, so I had to seek out new opportunities. Commission splits 70/30.

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I have been with Keller Williams in St Louis for a few months. I have no volume sold as of yet. I have done all of the Keller Williams training, just no closings or contracts. That's why I'm is looking for other options because they offer no leads, just a lot of training.

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Houston, TX

They are great for someone who doesn't know the business, but once you get to a certain point, you learn everything that they have to offer and need to figure out something else to get to the next level.

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No leads

I got no leads at all, but everything was so high tech that the clients they work with already have done their homework. Leads are critical - I don't have a big client base right now, but with leads, I could have closed more.

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Great company

It is a great company, and very similar to EXP. The only thing is that it is more traditional, where you have to manage business in person. At EXP, you can manage it all online which is better. The cloud is more convenient in my opinion.

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I did not like all of the push to pay for more training. At least at my brokerage in Dallas, they always pushed you to pay for more training.

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I'm a newbie in the real estate industry, and currently associated with Keller Williams. I'm overwhelmed with all the fees, books, and poor coaching. The commission split is 60/40.

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Friendly people

The best part of it is you are surrounded by friendly people. Lots of people complain about the fees, but I think they make sense because it's a corporate thing. They provide training and leads if you're willing to do the phone calls.

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Love the culture, didn't like all unnecessary fees

I loved all my teammates, but our OP was always pushed expensive MAPS training and coaching. I felt lots of pressure to buy those educational products or I couldn't progress (get more leads). If you are a new agent, I do think these programs are valuable.

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I am working with Keller Williams as a part-time agent in Houston. The one on one training and support isn't working well. My splits are 70 30 and I pay $120 per month in fees.

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KW

I've been at KW for 7 years. I am leaving because I am looking for the ability to learn the commercial side of real estate. Unfortunately, Keller Williams does not offer that at this moment.

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Katy Texas

There was no good lead generation with Keller Williams. I'm seeking a company with fewer fees and a better commission opportunity. There is a 70/30 split, and I paid $134 is fees.

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Keller Williams isn't a great platform for me. I'm working a side job full time for additional income. There are no remote options.

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No scheduling flexibility in my office

I've been with Keller Williams for 4 years. I am looking for something closer to home. The office is too far to travel back and forth and no flexibility.

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Great place to learn!

KW is a great place to start your career. Although the fees can be exorbitant, and the technology isn't as good as some of the other brokerages out there, its a good place to learn real estate.

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I am leaving Keller Williams because I would like to work with high end clients at a higher price point. I am hungry to succeed & soak up as much as I can for long term success. I need more mentoring and to be challenged to learn and develop towards my goal. I had a 70/30 split with my broker.

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Didn't sell any homes

I was with Keller Williams for three years. I didn't sell a lot of volume, and ended up leaving them due to not selling any homes. I was on a 70/30 split with about $50 in monthly fees. I needed to start a side business to make additional income.

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excellent training program

The best part of working for Keller Williams is that they have an excellent training program. They provide average leads and the commisson splits and fees were were fair.

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I've been with Keller Williams in Los Angeles about a year. I'm leaving them because there are so many fees, and yet there are no good leads. I am very disappointed with the way they train agents. I do not recommend Keller Williams for beginners. The commission split was 75/25.

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Good communication

The training is good if you are a new real estate agent. Good communication from team leads. I am on a 70/30 split and pay about $70 a month in fees.

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I have been with Keller Williams Heritage and it is not a good working environment for me. The company is lacking team morale, and we work on our own as we are not getting enough support to guide us through. I pay a 60/40 split so I would like to see more support from Keller Williams.

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I have been with Keller-Williams for years. They're a generous company. Benefits are overwhelming... And, this company promotes from within. I guess all companies would always say that, but they don't really do that in the end. Everything is fine with Keller-Williams and steady. However, I feel that eXp supersedes them.

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I'm an agent at Keller Williams in Baltimore. Nothing negative to say...I'm very happy with the resources and office setting.

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Keller Williams does not offer or generate leads. I was also told that I could get a mentor, then they revamped their Mentor program and I just work on my own. Due to these changes, it's not aligning with what I am looking for to reach my goal. Lastly, I was also never invited to join a team & that truly bothered me.

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I've been in the real estate industry for about one year now in Southwest Florida. I've got nothing negative to say about Keller Williams, but I'm starting to look for what other opportunities are out there. My split last year was 65/35. If I stay, it can go to 80/20. Paying $90 in monthly fees.

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I'm fairly new to real estate. I just obtained my license last year. I want to move to a different brokerage because I'm always on my own. I do have some leads they gave me which I'm working with, but they have bad credit...My cap is $22,000, then my commission split goes up after that.

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I've been on a buyers team for Keller Williams for 10 years. I'm looking for a team that offers a bit more than what they are offering. My split in LA is 85/15.

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I just started at KW. So far so good. The offices and the people are very nice. So far, the support systems seem like they are exactly what I need to get started.

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Keller Williams location does not offer commercial. I left to get into the Commercial side of real estate. I also wanted an office where ethics were held in a higher regard..

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I did enjoy my time with Keller Willams but the distance to the office makes is just a bit far. It's difficult to do it on a daily basis. I get a 100% commission split but the fees are high.

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Keller Williams Tampa Central

I worked for Keller Williams for a year, but I wanted a company that will give me a higher commission split as well as good leads. I left because I want to be on a team and work the high-end market with warm leads. That's not Keller Williams!

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Keller Williams in Pittsburgh is not helping agents get their careers off the ground. I am not making the money that I used to. I do not need my hand held, but some better training and mentoring would be very much appreciated. Fees are about $200 a month.

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San Diego KW

I went to Keller Williams because my friend convinced me to join her team. She is my mentor but it's not working out. She's not always available for help when I try to reach out. I guess business & friendships are not a good mix. I have a 70/30 split.

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I started with Keller Williams on a team about 4-5 months ago. I get dibs on open houses & have gotten a lot of sales this way. Because of my success so far, I want to focus on the luxury market. I'm used to making at least $40,000 a year - last year with KW, I only made about $30,000 and I'm not happy with the pay decrease.

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I've been with Keller Williams since 2019. My commission split was previously 70/30, and recently it was changed to 90/10. Even with the better split, there are numerous fees, and the pace is slow, so most of the fees I have to pay from my pocket.

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All about education

The best part is they provide education and supply training materials you needed for the business.

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I primarily work as a buyers agent. The team I'm on with Keller Williams has gone through a lot of change. The leads have really dried up. My split was 65/35 and $65 per month in desk fees. My main clients are coming from referrals only, and there aren't many of them.