Career, Business and Life – Keller Williams in Knoxville, TN

Knoxville, TN - Careers Worth Having, Businesses Worth Owning, Lives Worth Living

Keller Williams in Knoxville is a team of people who are fun, energetic and helpful. We use and teach the latest technology every day to help each agent achieve the goals and success at the level they desire.

In the mid 1980s, Gary Keller began a company built upon his firm belief that if they focused on growing agents who excel in all aspects of life, the agents would be truly dedicated to the company and build it greater than anyone could reasonably expect. Keller Williams Realty has since grown to the #1 real estate company in the nation – with an army of more than 80,000 agents.

Careers Worth HavingRob Howard - Keller Williams - Knoxville and Farragut, TN

“It’s not about the money. It’s about being the best you can be!” – those are the words at the top of Gary Keller’s best-selling book, The Millionaire Real Estate Agent.

In that book, Keller and his co-authors examined the systems  and interviewed thousand of the top producing agents in North America. Their systems, models and processes are integrated into not only the book but throughout the organization in its frequent training, educational events, mentoring and a best-selling series of publications.

Click here to see a list of great titles from Gary Keller and Keller Williams

Having a Business Worth Owning

One of the wonderful MAPS coaches - Beth Torrence - presents information at Keller Williams Knoxville Market Center.

One of the wonderful MAPS coaches – Beth Torrence – presents information at Keller Williams Knoxville Market Center.

Keller Williams is a company built by agents for agents. Like a working university, top performers in each Market Center share their expertise with other agents, while learning from each other how to make their own businesses better. An industry of fierce competition has been replaced by a Culture of Teamwork and Cooperation. Gary Keller teaches and often reinforces that the agent is their own brand and makes all the tools and technology available for you to build your own business – and make it a career worth having.

To learn more about our company’s brand philosophy, download your copy of Does Brand Matter to the Real Estate Consumer?, a white paper from Keller Williams Realty.

Lives Worth Living

Sharon Laing - our Operating Principal and Agent Leigh ReynoldsMoney is only helpful if it is used to fund a great life. Keller Williams in Knoxville is built on a culture of agents who care about one another and commit to creating positive experiences in our offices, in the homes of our clients and around the Knoxville area as a whole.  We join together at different times of the year to support local charities as well as helping each other with both business and personal needs whenever possible. We also have a great time, joining for monthly get-togethers and giving the each KW from the newest agent to the area’s top mega-producers opportunities to meet, learn from and socialize. It’s not forced, we like it!

My personal experience

Rob Howard - Keller WilliamsI have been in real estate for more than 10 years. You can read my story after a few months at KW here.  If you would like to talk about whether Keller Williams in Knoxville is a good fit for you, you can:  Contact me on Facebook, call me at my office 865-966-5005 or My cell at 865-288-9123.

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About knoxvillerob

I love Knoxville - inside it's housing is where I'm usually found, after all I'm a Realtor and a Landlord. I love to shoot things and people with my camera and I probably like ya.
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