Follow the powerful stories of three homeowners from Lazy River, a subdivision located just outside of Sealy, Texas. They share what happened in the hours leading up to their evacuation, where they are on their long path toward recovery and…
It’s Sunday afternoon, Sept. 10, and Kathy Alt is exhausted. The executive director of Cinco Charities in Katy, Texas, has been dealing with the after-effects of Hurricane Harvey on The Ballard House, the organization’s 20,000-square-foot home for medical patients and their families.
The charity (and home) was founded back in 2006 by nine agents at Keller Williams Premier Realty in Katy, Texas. Its mission – to provide temporary housing for patients and their caregivers coming to the Katy/West Houston area for medical treatment of life-threatening illnesses.
Associates from a Louisiana market center react rapidly and resourcefully to solve an urgent water crisis in the Houston area in the immediate days after Hurricane Harvey pummels southeast Texas
You’ve seen the photos, you’ve watched the news and you’ve heard the stories. Hurricane Harvey has brought devastation and chaos to families and communities across Texas and beyond. And that includes thousands of Keller Williams associates and their families.
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At the core of Keller Williams is a belief that we can contribute to lives in a BIG way. Janice Overbeck, owner of the Janice Overbeck Real Estate Team in Marietta, Ga., is a shining example of this culture in action.
As the summer selling season continues, now is a great time to take a quick pause and ask yourself: Is my listing presentation up to par? Read on for timely advice and object-handling tips from Jackie Ellis and Lance Loken. This article ori…
When Mario DiLorenzo’s clients open their inbox or mailbox, they know they have a special message waiting for them.
The Chicago-based agent began sending his clients personalized messages after joining Keller Williams in 2015. In just two years, DiLorenzo has more than doubled his business by learning from those who have gone before him, picking up the tools from the Career Growth Initiative and implementing the 36 to Convert program, formerly 33 Touch. The philosophy is 36 client touches each year can exponentially increase an agent’s business and help them capture more money that is being left on the table.
Sometimes, we tend to over-complicate the lead generation portion of our business. Sure, technology and social media that have allowed us to be more creative but at the heart of it all, the simple fact is that wherever people are, there’s an opportunity to find a prospective customer. Successful real estate agents know this and are always on the look-out for a good lead – even if it’s not the most obvious place.
In KW MAPS Coaching’s BOLD Experience, students are challenged to think outside the sacred three-hour lead generation time block and make 100 contacts in a week. Does making 100 contacts in seven days seem like a daunting task to undertake? It might if you aren’t armed with lead generation ideas. Thankfully, we stumbled upon 50 from a KWU Master Faculty Instructor and team leader.