Ian Anderson

Workplace culture can be a make or break factor when it comes to productivity, job satisfaction and even an individual’s overall career trajectory. And, in the real estate industry, culture becomes even more significant because it can have a direct impact on the level of success an agent can reach.

Culture Seals the Move for Anderson

For Ian Anderson of Port Orange, Florida, a supportive culture was what initially drew him to Keller Williams. “The culture is probably the biggest thing,” he says when outlining why he made the move. “It’s really hard to explain what that culture is but [it’s] just such a sharing environment. Everybody is out there to help each other.”

And, this culture of sharing extends beyond the relationships within the Daytona Beach market center and to the value proposition of Keller Williams as a whole. For instance, Gary Keller’s technology vision embraces the idea of datashare – pooling collective insights to make an individual agent’s business smarter. This mindset is also reflected in KW’s training and education which is built on the knowledge and experience of the brightest minds in real estate.

Growing Without Limitations

Keller Williams’ culture of sharing creates an environment where businesses can grow without limitations.

“You’ve got the ability and the tools and the help and the support to build something scalable,” says Anderson. “The opportunities are endless.”