The KW Real Estate Agent Professional Certificate comprises 124 hours of real estate education, including videos, readings, assessments and hands-on projects.
Realtors will be required to complete two hours of training every three years beginning in 2025.
The brokerage says the “business communities” — KW Operations, KW Wellness and KW Clarity — provide agents with specialized training, technology, coaching and referral opportunities.
“The best new home market in the U.S. continues to be Texas,” HomesUSA CEO Ben Caballero said. “So, becoming a Texan is arguably the best business decision I ever made.”
The custom app lets agents produce professional marketing content right from their phones.
Providing a 3D floor plan where buyers can virtually immerse themselves into the space is key to securing an in-person viewing.
The brokerage’s new “communities” will provide its agents with specialized training, technology, coaching and referral opportunities.
Greater Houston’s luxury real estate market saw high activity levels in June, with 10 of Houston’s priciest homes selling for a combined total of $57,815,000.
According to the annual survey, the typical Realtor saw their transaction sides rise from 10 to 12 and their sales volume increase from $2.1 million to $2.6 million.
The new agents will continue to serve clients at Sugar Land, Texas-based RE/MAX Fine Properties, while growing their business in Atlanta.
California-based real estate startup Radius has expanded into Houston, with brokers Sharon Seline Wright and Kelly McQuerry Henderson joining the brokerage as founding members, according to a press release.
ERA Legacy Living has joined forces with ERA Benes Realty to offer greater growth opportunities in the Houston real estate market.
Oksana Bogott, Lisa Gregory Real Estate Group and Ruchti Realty Group were named the No. 1 agents in the region across the individual, large team and small team categories, respectively.
The Houston Association of REALTORS® has released Houston real estate’s most-expensive home sales in April.
Martha Turner, a longtime fixture in Houston’s real estate community, has died at age 81.
Among the homes sold last month was a River Oaks mansion once owned by the late Baron Ricky di Portanova and Baroness Alessandra di Portanova.