Keller Williams Capital Properties Named Washington Post Top Large Company Workplace
Keller Williams Capital Properties announced today that it has been named to The Washington Post 2017 Top Workplaces list as the second runner-up in the Large Company category. A total of 150 Companies were honored and announced on Thursday, June 15 at The Washington Post Headquarters in Washington, DC.
This also marks the fourth consecutive year that Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP) has been among the most highly ranked and best places to work, appearing in a top three position for three of the four years of the Top Workplaces DC list, based on direct feedback and survey results from the employees of the company. A special Top Workplaces feature is included in this Sunday’s edition of The Washington Post Magazine.
“This award symbolizes Keller Williams Capital Properties’ strong and consistent focus on our unique culture of collaboration, support through training and technology, our dedication to our communities, and our diversity,” said Brandon Green, Co-Founder and Managing Partner. “This award symbolizes Keller Williams Capital Properties’ strong and consistent focus on our unique culture of collaboration, support through training and technology, our dedication to our communities, and our diversity,” said Brandon Green, Co-Founder and Managing Partner. “Recognition as a Top Workplace for the fourth consecutive year by our agents and staff affirms that they are deeply connected, and are demonstrating our winning culture every day, which is the reason that KWCP continues to grow.”
KWCP currently has seven offices throughout DC, Maryland, and Virginia, and has seen a consistent climb in national and local business rankings since the company’s inception in 2006. Earlier this year, KWCP was recognized as one the most productive residential brokerage firms in the nation by REAL Trends magazine, and as one of the Top Power Brokers as named by RIS Media. KWCP was also recently honored by the Washington Business Journal as the fifth largest residential real estate company in the region, as measured by 2016 sales.
“This list of companies is an impressive, competitive assembly across all businesses, and it is a great honor to be in the top three once again. Nearly 1,000 agents strong, we are deeply connected and committed to our people and to transforming lives, careers, and communities through real estate,” said Bo Menkiti, CEO and Founder of KWCP.
To learn more about becoming a part of the award-winning brokerage at KWCP, contact Managing Partner Brandon Green, bgreen [at] kwcapitalproperties.com.
About Keller Williams Capital Properties – Keller Williams Capital Properties (KWCP) was established in 2006 as a real estate brokerage committed to empowering agents as entrepreneurs through world-class education and training, wealth-building opportunities, and culture that focuses on leadership roles for agents and philanthropic outreach in the communities where they live and do business. The company 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, with a mission to transform lives, careers, and communities through real estate. With seven offices in the Washington, DC metro area, KWCP has nearly 1,000 agents and more than $2.1 billion in sales in 2016. To learn more, visit KWCapitalProperties.com.
About The Washington Post Top Workplaces 2017 – In this fourth annual survey, The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces 2017 list spotlights private, public, nonprofit, and government agencies based on the feedback from more than 52,000 employees. More than 3,000 companies were invited to participate, and 303 were surveyed. WorkplaceDynamics, an employee survey company, then conducted a survey of employees from eligible companies who evaluated their employers on factors including the quality of leadership, pay and benefit practices, work-life balance issues, and more.