“As the housing market continues to shift, we’re leaning heavily into the value of business communities to enable our real estate entrepreneurs the opportunity to thrive,” said Sajag Patel, chief operating officer, KW. “As part of a community, our agents are gaining a greater sense of connection, empowerment and impact while staying focused on business growth.”
KW Real Estate Planner (REP) is a community based around certification, training and networking opportunities for agents to grow and mastermind skills on wealth management for their clients.
An emerging community, KW REP is led by Dan Ihara, who serves as its’ director. Ihara is also the founder of the Honolulu, Hawaii-based The Ihara Team.
“KW Real Estate Planner is a new community designed to help our Keller Williams agents help their clients build wealth and transfer wealth,” said Ihara. “Agents can elevate their game from being a very good, seasoned real estate agent to a real estate planner that the wealthy will look at for advice.”
The new DEI masterminds are conducted with leaders from KW’s Social Equity Task Force and KW agent-led affinity groups, such as the Hispanic Leaders of Real Estate, KW Black Real Estate Network, KW CHISPA, KW Pan-Asian Group, KW Rainbow Network, KW Signs, and the Lady Leaders of Real Estate.
KW New Homes, a community for business growth opportunities in new construction and land development, has launched new modular training. The training is focused on the best practices of supporting buyers with new construction buys, earning additional builder business and solidifying land developer partnerships.
KW agents who join a KW community have access to specialized training, technology, coaching, mastermind events and referral opportunities. More information on KW’s communities is available at https://communities.kw.com/community/.