LISTING AGENT (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – October 11, 2017
the workplace was great, lots of good employees and all very helpful. Career advancement was low and pay not so good. Pretty much would come in and carry out my typical calling duties then that was it.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 7, 2017
I learned that some people are better in a supportive role, and others shine as an individual. The hardest part of the job was learning multiple websites that I was unfamiliar with. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with others to help people buy a home.
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – October 6, 2017
Proving excellent customer service to families in their new home purchase decisions. Selling real estate can be challenging, but rewarding once you have shown a couple their dream home. The biggest obstacle is when a prospective purchaser buys new construction eliminating the agent from the process.
I have always enjoyed putting together marketing strategies at the onset of the listing.
Self employment is rewarding if you are disciplined.
Your buyer backs out for an unknown reason, or they bought new construction without looping you in.
Associate (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 9, 2017
Working in real estate is a lot harder than people think. Keeping in mind that your income is totally based on your ability to perform and close deals. It is completely commission based which can be either a pro or con depending on your work ethic.
Office Manager - Accounting - MCA (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 9, 2017
This position assumes you have no life beyond work. If you don't mind be worked like a dog then this is the job for you. Abusive relationship where you are worked to death but put on a pedestal at company functions. Odd.
KW home office in Austin is always haphazardly adding products or services that they want you to talk the agents into doing. Of course these always cost the agents some money they don't have.
Accounting system is so confusing and very outdated. There are 2 main programs used but they are unable to be linked. So many spreadsheets are kept for everything unable to be added to either one of the programs. KW says they are up on technology.....not for the actual office workers.
Just be forewarned that turnover for this MCA position is very common nationwide in all offices. That speaks for itself. Another thing....you will actually be doing the work of two people but only be paid for one and that pay is not impressive at all.
MARKET CENTER ADMINISTRATOR (MCA) (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 7, 2017
KW Philly was a great place to work with multiple opportunities for career advancement. The senior management team and support staff all worked together to create a diverse, inclusive and extremely supportive environment.