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.
At Family Reunion 2017, the International Associate Leadership Council (IALC) voted to approve two additions to the company’s mission statement: careers worth having, businesses worth owning, lives worth living, experiences worth giving and legacies worth leaving. Meet Keller Williams associates who are living this mission and creating huge lives for future generations to come.Read More
Minutes after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake shook central Mexico last month, killing hundreds of people and injuring thousands more, Keller Williams agents in the country jumped into action.
KW Mexico agents, who had been closely following Keller Williams’ Mega Relief efforts in Texas after Hurricane Harvey, didn’t hesitate to follow suit. They quickly organized a massive on-the-ground effort to aid earthquake victims – both fellow KW associates and community members. More than 300 agents and their staff selflessly dropped everything to help others. They cooked and served meals, held supply drives and dispatched trucks to deliver much-needed food, water and tools to those in need.Read More
Carrying everything they could quickly pack up, Keller Williams associate Omar Rodriguez along with his wife and newborn baby left their home as Hurricane Harvey zeroed in on Houston, Texas. The family prayed they would have somewhere to re…Read More
When Hurricane Harvey hit, devastating communities across the Texas coast, Keller Williams pivoted and transformed its annual Mega Camp training event in Austin into Mega Relief. It sent hundreds of agents to help de-muck flooded homes and …Read More
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…Read More
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.Read More
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 TexasRead More
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.
Our culture is that of giving back to the communities that we serve and lifting up those in need. That’s why we need your help!Read More
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.Read More