When Tammy Jin decided to change brokerages in 2017, she could have chosen any in her Vancouver, B.C., market. After all, she had been one of the top agents in the area since she began her real estate career there in 2009. Jin, who emigrated from China in 2004, spent eight years with Royal Pacific Realty, a brokerage that offers support and mentoring to agents like her who work with clients in the Chinese community.

“Because of the systems and leverage I have in place, I can be more present with my family and that’s huge.”

She had considered moving to RE/MAX, but she chose Keller Williams for the same reasons many agents make a similar decision: better training to help grow her business. By November, she’d learned how to hire an assistant and to more effectively work with other agents on sharing commissions. Her team of four agents has benefited from the switch to Keller Williams. Each has learned a lot by reading The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, she says.

Although she’s still learning everything Keller Williams has to offer, she has this to say: “They have a really helpful layout already that can help you grow your business.”