Market Center Administrator (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – May 11, 2018
During my time as an MCA in both Leesburg, VA and Ashburn, VA I met the nicest people I have worked with, everyone was always genuinely happy to help with anything that was needed. Not only was the relationship great with the Team Leader, but assistants, agents and everyone in the company created a great environment to work in.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 17, 2018
Excellent place to work. Fantastic people, wonderful employer.Simply put, I loved the industry, the fast pace of each day. I operated the front desk with much respect for each and every Realtor. I loved serving there for 15 years.
Accountant Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 15, 2018
People in this company are hardworking as well as willing to help. I enjoy working for this company in a positive atmosphere. My boss also submitted my transpiration and lunch expenses, even though that suppose to be an unpaid internship.
Real Estate Assistant (Former Employee) – Stockbridge, GA – July 13, 2018
I very much enjoyed my time a KW. The only reason I left was because my team lead relocated to Florida, and I am located in Atlanta. The management and staff were nice and helpful, they communicated effectively, and doors were always open to any agent or staff.
Real Estate Broker (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – July 12, 2018
It's all about the management and KW is manager heavy and not too interestedin agents who aren't selling over $10MM a year. They want the big producers and really walk all over the admin and marketing staff.
Keller Williams has a lot to offer their real estate agents. They have an amazing training program to get you started and keep you moving. There are no benefits which is a con, but you make your business what you want it. You get out what you put in.
Licensed Realtor-State of California (Current Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – July 12, 2018
As a Realtor, you must advocate for the needs of your clients at all times and place them as a top priority. As far as the work environment at KW, it is top notch. The culture is amazing. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping others realize their housing goals and dreams. The toughest part of the job is not meeting independent or client objectives.
Market Center Administrator (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – July 11, 2018
Being office staff was horrible you have hundreds of agents coming at you 24/7 (they get your cell number) and they all think they're the only person you are working for so they want everything to stop and you to help them. management is even worse. they really are the ones your working for but they don't understand that your job is also to please their agents, their clients!
Associate Broker/Realtor (Current Employee) – Barrington, IL – July 11, 2018
I have been an agent with them for 15 years and every day they are improving their education, team building, etc. They are very agent oriented and want the best for all of us. They offer free training on a daily basis and have a closed fb page to help answer questions that their agents might have thru the closing process. It is an excellent company to work for.
Realtor (Current Employee) – Corona, CA – July 10, 2018
Great company from top to bottom. Love the flexibility but not knowing when next commission check was coming was difficult. I have been there 5 years and not a single complaint about Keller Williams, my co-workers or the ownership/management
Residential & Commercial Real Estate Professional (Former Employee) – Denham Springs, LA – July 10, 2018
Keller Williams was a very rewarding place to work. It allowed me to help others in making life changing decisions. I was able to utilize my expertise in taking the stress out of home buying, selling and investing. I highly recommend working for Keller Williams is choosing a real estate career.
Act as an intermediary between sellers & buyers of real estate/real property. My mission is to complete a transaction between the buyer and seller. I personally invest in property with my husband. I would educate myself on the property and the environment around it. I enjoyed the freedom and the variety.
Salesperson (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – July 9, 2018
Without a doubt a company the preys on new agents to spend money on products and services that are of no value to becoming a successful real estate salesperson. I was fortunate enough to close several transactions in the 10 months I was there and every closing was filled with compliance misinformation and charges that were not accurate (BOLD training) and were paid in full. I was told by a veteran agent at KW who said "the surest way to get a agent to leave....is to not pay them what they are owed". So true and I'm now hanging my license with another broker. If you getting your real estate license or are looking after passing the state exam, do yourself and family a favor and ask about all cost associated with KW including desk fees etc. You will find that you can get better commission splits without a sponsor payee requirement that is your money going to another agent and you do have to have a sponsor as part of their agreement. I'm running out of space so I'll end by saying I learned from the incompetence and lack of support and have moved on. Good Luck!!