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KW staff positions take a bit longer to hire than Agents because Realtors are there to build their own business but have to depend on sharp talent in the office to help them. “Hire slow” is a phrase often heard in the hiring of staff, particularly leadership.

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Increases in income are self-incorporated in my individual desire or drive to meet or surpass designated goals.

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Let’s see...as of this year KW is #1 in sold units and closed dollar volume in the United States. Also the largest and fastest growing company in the nation and the world. #1 in training among all industries per Training Magazine, not just Real Estate! Named by Forbes as the Happiest Company to Work For in the nation. #1 in every category in real estate. Plus, KW is the only debt-free real estate franchise in the country. So, hmm, I’d say I believe KW will continue to thrive for many years to come. Amazing leadership and vision.

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They do not mentor in my office. You are encouraged to ask mega agents for help but no one on one mentoring. Plenty of classes or training but nothing like a true mentorship. For someone like me....mentorship is vital. Like on the job training. Plenty of coaching but they take a percentage of commissions you make and you sign a contract. If you get lucky to find a nice, helpful, successful realtor to shadow thru the transaction process and they teach you on the job training of how they do each transaction to completion-TAKE IT! You are a lucky one. In my experience....was even told this by 2 successful realtors in my office...that they were going to give me advice but did not want to teach me their strategies/practices, etc.

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What do you want to accomplish in the next 5 years?

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Yes, though we’ve found that agents who work regularly in the office make more money, as a rule.

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They offer health insurance to employees but thats about it

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Yes, the administration assistant job requires bookkeeping and accounting.

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