Agents must take advantage of resources available to them
Letter to the Editor
By Inman News, Thursday, May 24, 2012.
I am an associate broker with a Keller Williams-affiliated broker in Fishers, Ind., a suburb northeast of Indianapolis. I recently read your article on big brokers delivering tech and training.
I will have to disagree with you, as Keller Williams is very progressive. First and foremost on training, and making that available to agents in and outside of our brokerage, and also (in providing) access to the latest and greatest technology that our industry offers.Article continues below
In fact, to touch on the topic you brought up in your article, our office is pushing to be “paperless” by the end of this May through our online document management system DotLoop.com, which Keller Williams has a national contract with. I use this system exclusively with my in- and out-of-town clients, and am very pleased with the efficiency of this program.
Keller Williams puts on regional training seminars for our agents and opens it up to other brokerages as well to receive training on these programs. However, none of this training is mandatory, so it’s up to the individual agent to take advantage and utilize the resources available to them.
Keller Williams Indy Metro Northeast
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