Three more plaintiffs added to lawsuit involving the sharing of commissions between listing and buyer brokers
The massive class-action antitrust suit specifically cites training scripts as evidence KW engaged in steering buyers away from low-commission listings
The next round of platform wars will be won by the companies that nail the end-to-end consumer experience
An honest look at the numbers surrounding profits and losses, metrics, compensation and more onstage at Inman Connect New York
The suit alleges NAR, Realogy, HomeServices of America, RE/MAX and Keller Williams violate the Sherman Antitrust Act by requiring 'buyer broker compensation'
The Ellis Team was with KW for nearly 2 years and RE/MAX for nearly 18 before that. Now they are betting against franchises for their group — here’s why
CEO says focus on agent count, sales volume and units is 'not the game that we’re playing anymore'
Brokers allegedly required buyers to prequalify with Prospect Mortgage, paid agent bonuses for mortgage referrals
The total amount given was 48 percent higher than the 2015 profit share
Why Keller Williams has set up a couples retreat to help its affiliates with relationship communication and stress management