KW Worldwide – Vietnam

KW Worldwide expands to Vietnam

The second largest real estate franchise in the United States, Keller Williams Realty, Inc.,  recently announced their first overseas franchise in Vietnam. The president of KW Worldwide, Chris Heller, also commented that the company is exploring other overseas franchise locations, including;  New Zealand, South Africa, Indonesia, Egypt and various other Middle Eastern countries.  At ‘Family Reunion’, KW’s  annual convention , Chris Heller introduced KW Vietnam’s President — Paul Mason (pictured right). Mason has accumulated nearly 20 years of real estate experience in Vietnam’s market and most importantly will “share our belief system and our commitment to grow the Keller Williams culture,” said Heller.

This Education Based and Technology Driven company will continue to provide the same tools, coaching, and training to the overseas locations as they have provided to nearly 80,000 real estate agents operating in more than 700 offices across North America.  The industry leading training opportunities found at KW ( MAPS Coaching and Keller Williams University) has a profound impact on the success of current KW agents and will continue to expand through the oversea location in Vietnam. Also, exclusively available to only KW franchisees, is an advanced lead management, contact management, and custom marketing system known as – eEdge. This award winning system will not only be available to the Vietnam location, but has been modified for the needs of this specific country.

Congratulations – Keller Williams Realty, Inc!





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