As 2017 comes to a close, let’s take a moment and reflect on all you’ve accomplished throughout this historic year. Beyond rocketing past production records, you have transformed the game of real estate through your character, compassion an…Read More
Imagine this. You move into your new home in the middle of winter and your furnace breaks down. The total cost to replace it is $3,500. Had you purchased a $700 home warranty, a portion of these costs would have been covered. With one call,…Read More
You cannot get a prescription for it, but it is a real condition. It is “shiny object syndrome,” a highly contagious disease of distraction. And you may be infected with it if you’re experiencing one or more of these symptoms:
You get e…Read More
Despite her accomplishments as a high-performing agent at Element Realty, with $24 million in closed volume and 104 units in 2016, Katherine Kiernan was ready to quit real estate. The brokerage lacked education opportunities, organization, …Read More
Bundled in thick scarves and warm coats, Dar and Ed Walden were out navigating Anchorage’s icy roads when the call came in.
Stopped in a snowy parking lot, the co-owners of the Anchorage, Alaska-based Dar Walden Team found their friend Mat…
For 14 weeks, February through May, associates from KW Metropolitan worked tirelessly to build four homes for veterans and single-parent families headed by women at a Morris Habitat for Humanity project on Harding Avenue in Dover, N.J.
Keller Mortgage is the first of its kind, offering consumer savings and exclusive benefits to KW associates and their clients.Read More
Jay White, CEO and president of The White Group, thought he and his dad, Johnny White, were doing well selling $3.5 million annually in Charlotte, N.C., before 2010. But after being a part of the Ballantyne Area market center for six and a …Read More
What led Tushar Vakhariya to Keller Williams is a common refrain expressed by many other agents on the move: He wanted to join a company that could help sustain his business’s success.Read More
A company decides to develop a tech product – developers disappear into a hole to design it, while consumers anxiously await its release. Once the first iteration of the product is available, it is riddled with bugs, requiring many fixes be…Read More