Is this the year you go after the career you have always dreamed about? Keller Williams Franklin offers one of the most agent-friendly brokerages in the state of Tennessee, offering cutting edge technology and training. Whether you are just starting to think about a career in Real Estate or you are an established agent you have come to the right place.
It’s almost here !! One of our favorite things about partnering with Keller Williams as an agent is culture of sharing. We are used to helping hands at our local office and training but KW International comes through with amazing events for agents all over to come together, too! One of the largest most recognizable events is Family Reunion. All over the world, KW agents gather to hear speakers, panels and exchange referrals along the way. This year we will be in New Orleans .
Here is a few reason why we think that you should start a career in real estate with Keller Williams Franklin. Reason 1: Current Median Sales Price Currently in Williamson County the median sales price is right at $400,000 a home. With 379 homes sold in the month of October. This is a 7% increase over October of 2014. The market continues to support increased sales and prices. Now is the time to be in real estate! Reason 2: Commission Splits With current median sales prices c
Keller Williams expansion model has taken the industry by storm. Great real estate teams now have a platform to take their systems and models into new areas even new states with the support of KW international. Gary Keller explains the Three main reason why a team would use the expansion model: 1. To increase profits; 2. To expand the vision for your business so you can attract and retain more and higher quality talent; 3. And to deepen your bench. As entrepreneurs we are all
I am not a born salesman, and I don’t profess to be, so there are days when this job just hurts. So one way that I get business is from the internet, which leads me to a very mixed bag of potential clients. One type in particular is the buyer who hates Realtors. I have been told that I serve no purpose, add no value, am overpriced… and the list goes on and on by this particular breed of buyer. It’s easy to say just brush it off and move on, but it’s harder to do. And what do
I started my career in real estate in the middle of the recession. While everyone was jumping ship and running for the doors, I was signing up. I graduated with my degree in elementary education and moved back home like most 20-somethings to find my first job. I applied to all the surrounding schools but was only offered a position as a substitute teacher. Eventually my mother offered me a position working as her assistant market center administrator for Keller Williams. I lo