Keller Williams bolsters global reach with Caribbean expansion

Specifically for production outside the US and Canada, the company saw its agents close 16,500 transactions and $3.2 billion in sales volume in Q1 of 2022. Additionally, these agents took down 26,300 new listings and wrote 19,200 contracts, leading to a volume of $2.9 billion in contracts written, up 25.5% over Q1 of the previous year.

According to Soteroff, the company currently has 11 market centers and 578 agents across the Caribbean. The Bonaire master franchise, which is expected to open its first business center in Q3 of this year, is set to keep this global momentum going.

“With Keller Williams’ models and systems in place, opening an office in Bonaire was the next natural step for us,” said regional operating principal Edwin Hekman, who is set to lead KW Bonaire. “We know what it takes to grow with Keller Williams and believe we can replicate our success in Aruba and bring it to our new office in Bonaire.”

In addition to its Caribbean expansion, Keller Williams is exploring further opportunities to establish its presence across Africa, Central and South America, Central and Eastern Europe, as well as throughout Asia. Outside the US and Canada,

Keller Williams currently operates in over 50 countries, including Argentina, Dubai, France, Greece, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

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