Best Places to Work in 2020 by Glassdoor!
Keller Williams shared over $1 BILLION in profit share year to date with its associates.
Keller Williams Is #1
Keller Williams continues to surge past industry giants like RE/MAX, Coldwell Banker, and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. In January 2018, KW announced its status as the number one real estate franchise in agent count, closed units, and closed sales volume in the United States*. What’s happened since has been nothing short of incredible.
Driven by Keller Williams’ agents' commitment to excellence, the company:
- Closed more than 1 million units, generating more than $332 billion in sales revenue in the United States and Canada in 2018.
- Had 174 brokerages that appeared on the REAL Trends 500, representing 34.8 percent of the top 500 brokerages for 2018.
- Was named a Top Workplace for Women by Forbes and a Top Workplace for Veterans by Indeed in 2019.
- Ranked No. 1 in the real estate and urban development category on Fast Company’s prestigious annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2019.
- Was named a top 2020 trend in the Swanepoel Trends Report. The report takes an objective look at what prompted this disruption.
Leading with Technology
To lead the industry in developing a real estate platform that buyers and sellers prefer, Keller Williams plans to invest over $1 billion in technology. By introducing real estate platforms that utilize cutting-edge technology, KW provides agents with data, consumer insights, as well as preferred platforms to build real estate businesses without boundaries.
Excellence Through Training
In 2012, Keller Williams, now-CEO, John Davis, began expanding a new model he'd developed as a Team Leader to hold powerful conversations with all agents and market center leadership. In 2016, the company launched the Career Growth Initiative (CGI), using these proven systems, models, and conversations to boost production and energize agents' businesses. The results, as they say, speak for themselves.
A Culture of Shared Prosperity
The most valuable asset in the real estate business is its people. More than 30 years ago, KW made it a commitment to share its profits with its associates. Keller Williams has distributed more than $1 billion in total and more than $174 million just in 2019 alone.