Keller Williams Appoints New Market Centre Director, Plans Expansion

Keller Williams, which claims to be the world’s largest estate agency, has appointed  Nicky Stevenson as Market Centre Director at its Mayfair hub.

Stevenson has extensive property industry experience, including hands-on at a number of lettings agents including Chesterton Humberts, a directorship at The Property Academy and business growth and coaching experience.

The company has also said that it is planning to open four more of its estate agency ‘market centres’ across the UK this year.

Keller Williams is a well established name in its native US, but currently has quite a low profile in the UK. The company operates via a network of franchised self employed agents who, rather than being based in high street offices, work from what it calls market centres which provide back office support and training. Should this model prove to be as successful as the company seem to hope it could serve as a further cat-among-the-pigeons in an industry which is already being turned upside down by the online agents and portals.

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Source The Negotiator
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