Episode 102: Journey of the KW Northwest Region

Demand for mortgages sags, the NAR board makes a new MLS vote, and the cost of lumber rises. We’re joined by special guest Chase Williams, Area Director and Growth Leader of the NW Region, as he flips the conversation on our host, Bruce Hardie, to interview him about the journey of the Region and how it came to be what it is today.

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Show Notes

Trending News

Demand for mortgages sagged in April even as rates remain near historic lows. Read more

NAR board votes to require addresses on MLS listings. Read more

Rising lumber costs add $36K to new home sales prices. Read more

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Glossary

Market Center: Keller Williams Realty believes that success in real estate occurs out in the marketplace, not in an office. It is the Keller Williams philosophy that everything we do, even down to the name we give our sales offices, should reflect our philosophy. Hence, Keller Williams has “Market Centers” … not offices.

MCA: a commonly used ‘Kellerism’ which stands for Market Center Administrator. The MCA is responsible for implementing and maintaining all operating systems in a KW Market Center.

Team Leader: The person at a Market Center who is responsible for attracting/hiring sales associates. The TL also trains and consults the associates to performance.

GCI: Gross Commission Income. The total amount of commission dollars the Market Center receives from a transaction.

Casette Tape: a compact case containing a length of magnetic tape that runs between two small reels: used for recording or playback of audio or video in a tape recorder, cassette deck, video camera, or VCR, and for storage of data by some small computer systems.

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