A Real Estate Powerhouse
“When you choose to join Keller Williams, you join forces with the most dynamic real estate company in the world.”
Austin, Texas-based Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate franchise by agent count, has more than 975 offices and 186,000 associates. The franchise is also No. 1 in units and sales volume in the United States.
In 2015, Keller Williams began its evolution into a technology company, now building the real estate platform that agents’ buyers and sellers prefer. Since 1983, the company has cultivated an agent-centric, technology-driven and education-based culture that rewards agents as stakeholders.
More so than ever before, real estate professionals are turning to Keller Williams Realty for the education, coaching, technology, culture and wealth building opportunities that are redefining their potential and powering their careers toward new heights.
The KW Difference
Keller Williams Realty stands out from all other real estate firms in many ways, yet there are key areas that define us as an industry innovator and leader.
Education At Keller Williams, our commitment to education is unparalleled. From classroom training to on-demand, online education, and our award-winning coaching programs, we provide the most advanced and comprehensive learning opportunities in real estate.
Technology/Marketing Our technology and marketing are among the most innovative in the real estate industry with a complete focus on driving your business and saving you time and money. And with every tool we build, our focus remains the same.
Our unique culture creates a sense of family and community that is rare and unique in the real estate industry. When you’re here, you’re family.
The KW wealth building platform is built around the premise that our associates actively participate in building the dominant real estate company in their market and the opportunity to reap the accompanying financial rewards.
The Evolution of the Real Estate Industry
Keller Williams Realty changed the real estate industry forever when it introduced its Interdependent, Agent-Centric business model.
Associates are dependent on the company;
Financial gain is directed primarily to the brokers and the company
Associates have fewer opportunities for accumulating wealth
Associates have an interdependent relationship with the company and a mutual interest in success;
Associates and brokers work as teams in achieving financial goals;
Associates do not assume financial, legal or management responsibilities
Associates are independent and have a landlord/tenant relationship with their company;
Associate-focused environment with limited high-level support;
Associates assume all of the financial, legal and management responsibilities