The company saw transaction sides and sales volume outpace the industry average in the 3rd quarter of 2019
“It's thoughts before actions. It's words before deeds, right? It's inside to the outside. So, it all starts with how you think.”
Keller Williams filed an answer to the complaint, acknowledging it began a relationship with TPI Cloud Hosting in 2015 concerning software development
Being 'new' is something that every agent contends with. Millennial agents have the additional challenge of fighting some unfair stereotypes
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The move to incorporate outside tools into the company's platform is a step toward building a more open-architecture platform
TPI Cloud Hosting alleges KW agreed to pay $1.8M to develop a consumer-facing app, but never paid, then used the technology to build its app in-house
Following 2 straight quarters of North American agent count declines, KW added nearly 3,000 associates in Q2
Operating partners will no longer be required to own a stake in their market center, and the company is removing noncompete language for third-party vendors
From Austin to all over the world: how Keller Williams grew
Dotloop will be integrated into Command as part of Opportunities, an app that manages offers, documents and communications between clients and brokers