Careers in Real Estate

Careers in Real Estate

I have a question I want you to ask yourself, but first I want to explain why you should take the time to read further.  Many of you who know me are already familiar with my resume.  For those of you who don’t, I’ll sum it up with two numbers.  10 and 49.  During my career I worked my way into the top 10 for profit sharing in the Keller Williams organization, and was able to retire at age 49 for many reasons, all of which stem back to the sales and business acumen I learned through Keller Williams Realty.  If this isn’t enough to pique and keep your interest for another few minutes while you work your way to the bottom of this page…well then, I honestly don’t know if I can help.

We have a saying around here: If the company successfully develops its people, then its people will successfully develop the company.

You’re in Real Estate.  Maybe you’re still relatively new but are already becoming disenchanted with your current company.  Maybe it’s the commission splits, internal support and education, or a lack of any real guided career planning and mentoring.  Maybe you’ve already had your share of success, and are ready for the challenge of the next phase in your career, one wrought with opportunity for growth both personally and professionally.

Wherever you are on your career path, and wherever you currently hang your hat, you owe it to yourself to explore the best single Real Estate organization in the world, Keller Williams Realty.  I’d love to share with you how I did it, and how you can too.  Shoot me an email at the link below.  I’m blessed for the successes I’ve had with Keller Williams, and I’m happy to discuss the same opportunities Keller Williams Realty has in store for you.

Oh, and that question I wanted you to ask yourself?  Here it is:  “When I turned 39, 49, even 59, was I working with a company that focused on successfully developing me and my future?”  If you answered yes, you must have been hanging your hat at Keller Williams Realty.  If your answer is no, you need to reach out to me.  Not sure how to start the conversation?  Give me a call or send an email.  I’ll do the rest.

You owe it to yourself.  You owe it to your career.  Ask me about careers at Keller Williams Realty.