Why You Should Join Keller Williams Realty: Profit Share

Keller Williams Profit Share

Profit Share is one of the most revolutionary ideas in real estate.  It’s something that sets Keller Williams apart as a company that cares about its agents.

What is profit sharing and how did it start?

Gary Keller created this innovative program in 1986 in order to create a real estate company that no agents would ever want to or need to leave, a company agents would want to be part of for life, by offering to make agents stakeholders in the company.

Why wouldn’t you want to be part of a company that shares half of its owner profits, half of over $500 million to date, with YOU?

What’s the most attractive aspect of Profit Share?  It’s passive income.  And passive income is powerful.

Once you sponsor another agent, you just sit back.  You are required to do nothing – NOTHING – more to receive your Profit Share.

To give you an idea of what Keller Williams agents are earning, here is a graph charting the cumulative Profit Share from 1996 to 2012, in millions:

Keller Williams Realty Profit Share Graph 2012

KW Cumulative Profit Share from 1996 to 2012, in millions

Most Realtors build wealth for their company.  At Keller Williams, you build wealth for yourself.

And isn’t that why you got into the business in the first place?

And the best part is that you’re helping other agents join the best real estate company around.

That’s what we call a win-win.

To find out more about joining Keller Williams Realty, the #1 real estate company by agent count, and learning how you can live your life the way you want to by building long-term wealth, please contact me!

Photos Copyright Keller Williams Realty

READ MORE:
Why You Should Join Keller Williams Realty: Culture
Why You Should Join Keller Williams Realty: Training & Education
Why You Should Join Keller Williams Realty: Technology

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