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.
They hire anyone licensed and ready to pay their franchise fees
Tests, payment for supplies, and meetings.
Answered - Realtor (Former Employee) - Allen, TX 75013
The Operating Principal portrays an office rich in culture, support, training and leadership. Opportunities to expand ones experience and learn from some of the best in the industry. All a mirage once you sign on the dotted line.
Answered - Realtor (Former Employee) - Cary, NC
Extensive. At least 4 interviews.
Answered - manager (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
Nice and professional
Answered - REAL ESTATE SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) - Temecula, CA
No interview process. You pay to work here and you have to be a licensed real estate agent.
Answered - Real Estate Agent (Current Employee) - Hudson Oaks, TX
The interview process was pretty standard, they explain how the company work and you figure out if its the place for you.
Answered - Realtor (Current Employee) - 28091 S. Western Ave Ste.139
Short interview process as I was an agent in the company. They were familiar wth me & what I would bring to the company.
Answered - Director of Agent Services (Former Employee) - Manhasset, NY
It was long and included a lot of paper work but it was very professional and informative.
Answered - Real Estate Broker (Current Employee) - Federal Way, WA