Five Brokerage teams included on the Keller Williams Realty International’s list of top producers for December 2016,
capping off the biggest year in the brokerage’s history.
Today Washington, DC-based Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP) announced the 2016 year-end residential home sales results of just over $2 billion for the first time since the business was founded in 2006. Cumulative sales to date have topped $8.81 billion, affirming KWCP amongst the fastest-growing, and high-ranking performance franchises in Keller Williams Realty International, the world’s largest real estate franchise by agent count.
The KWCP award-winning brokerage includes nearly 1,000 agents working from six regional offices: Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, and Upper, NW in DC; two in Maryland with Bethesda-Chevy Chase and Rockville locations, and two in Virginia in Fairfax and Springfield. The company intends to open at least two more locations in the coming months, increasing market share and agent counts by approximately 40 percent.
“Collectively across our Market Centers we worked with a strategic focus to hit the $2 billion level, and it demonstrates how we’re powerfully impacting people’s lives and the careers of our agent entrepreneurs,” said KWCP Co-Founder and Managing Partner Brandon Green. “This momentum and current market conditions indicate a strong start to the year, which will support our expansion in the coming months.”
Five different KWCP affiliated brokerage teams place on the Keller Williams 2016 Team and Group Performance Rankings*:
- #31 – MG Residential, Washington, DC: 227 homes sold, $130.1 million in sales
- #38 – Eng Garcia Properties, Washington, DC: 175 homes sold, $105.5 million in sales
- #43 – Fulcrum Properties Group, Washington, DC: 175 homes sold, $105.6 million in sales
- #76 – Nellis Group, Fairfax, VA: 168 homes sold, $73.8 million in sales
- #79 – Bediz Group, Washington, DC: 146 homes sold, $84.3 million in sales
*Placement is based on Gross Commissionable Income (GCI) calculations. Homes sold and overall sales figures are for reference only.
Following the Keller Williams profit share model, KWCP shares 48 percent of a market center’s profits to agents that helped grow the office. In 2016, KWCP shared more than $1.4 million with agent associates, and since 2006 that total is more than $5.67 million in profit share dollars.
“These numbers come down to expansion and to adding more great talent to our company. We are looking to fill leadership positions, we’re poised to open new offices, and we need exceptional real estate agents to service more homebuyers and sellers across the region,” added Green.
To learn more about Keller Williams Capital Properties or current career opportunities in residential real estate, visit KWCapitalProperties.com.
About: Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP) was established in 2006 as a real estate brokerage committed to empowering agents as entrepreneurs through world-class education and training, wealth-building opportunities, and culture that focuses on leadership roles for agents and philanthropic outreach in the communities where they do business. KWCP is dedicated to providing the highest quality representation to buyers and sellers of real estate, and to being the company of choice for the next generation of real estate practitioners in the DC metropolitan area. KWCapitalProperties.com