Keller Williams Capital Properties recognized as a Washington Post Top Workplace for the Third Year in a Row
WASHINGTON – Last night, at a private awards event, The Washington Post recognized Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP) as one of the best large companies to work for in the Greater Washington metropolitan region. The recognition will be published in Sunday’s Washington Post 2016 Top Workplaces feature section. This year marks the third year Keller Williams Capital Properties has been recognized as a Top Workplace by the Washington Post.
Bo Menkiti, CEO and Founder of Keller Williams Capital Properties, noted, “Our vision has always been to transform lives, careers, and communities through real estate. The Top Workplace award is validation from our agents and staff that our approach to empowering agent entrepreneurs to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning, and lives worth living is having an impact.”
Brandon Green, Managing Partner, Keller Williams Capital Properties stated: “Our agents are at the core of our growth and our vibrant, supportive culture. From providing a world-class training curriculum, offering profit-sharing, and supporting an Agent Leadership Council in each office, KWCP remains committed to maintaining a top workplace across all industries in the metro area.
At Keller Williams Capital Properties, agent entrepreneurs build a thriving real estate career through unparalleled training, world-class education, and wealth-building opportunities. To learn more about Keller Williams Capital Properties or discuss business and career opportunities, please contact Brandon Green at: 202-350-9777 or email email@example.com
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Keller Williams Capital Properties is a real estate brokerage committed to empowering agents as entrepreneurs. 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 D.C. metropolitan area. www.kwcapitalproperties.com