On this episode of the HyperFast Agent podcast, host Dan Lesniak explains the similarities and differences between Keller Williams and eXp Realty. Both of these companies revolutionized the real estate industry and introduced a lower cost of housing your real estate business. Both of these companies have put a large focus on education, including providing training and educational resources for agents and team leaders. Both companies also give agents the freedom to brand themselves and not necessarily the brokerage. Dan believes Keller Williams is the most innovative brokerage in the old model system. However, eXp is utilizing technology in a new way and goes well beyond Keller Williams in offering new innovations that include a revenue share system (opposed to a profit share system). eXp also has the most transparency of any company, especially when it comes to revenue share. Agents at eXp also tend to earn a lot more profit in the revenue share model versus the profit sharing model at Keller Williams.
Join Host Dan Lesniak as he discusses…
∙ How Keller Williams was the first franchise to have a fixed franchise fee.
∙ Keller Williams was the first company to really focus on education.
∙ eXp allows agents to log in anytime to see revenue share all the way down the line of recruited agents
∙ The difference between the profit share system of Keller Williams and revenue share system of eXp
QUOTES TO SHARE
💬 “Keller was the first I think to do that at scale. eXp came along and just did it better” - Dan Lesniak
💬 “eXp is taking the education piece of that further and really encouraged this decentralized training approach.” - Dan Lesniak
💬 “Keller Williams is the most innovative brokerage, I believe at the old model system.” - Dan Lesniak
💬 “I've seen examples where the revenue share that exp realty is paying eight to 12 times more than profit share at KW.” - Dan Lesniak
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