There is nothing bad about the Keller Williams benefit package, I am an independent contractor and they allow me to make use of the group status of the 10's of thousands of agents to get group rates. I don't have to buy anything I don't want or need.
You work on your own and if you need help there's a coach you can ask questions if youre in a pickle. They also do a profit share so if you're doing this for the long run, you can essentially make money without selling homes.
The best thing is 100% commission after CAP... Bad there is a CAP
There are not really benefits. As a Realtor, you're 1099 and not an employee.
No benefits, you work as an independent contractor
The worst part is the monthly fee, which feels outdated as most successful brokerages now don’t require that beyond your commission split. It feels petty.
Health insurance from office. Dental insurance from Keller Williams corporate. That's it :(
Benefits are not provided as you are self-employed. They do have a profit-sharing program is you recruit other successful agents to the brokerage.
no company perks, no benefits, just salary commission, but that is usually how it goes
There is no benefits package
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