When you’re in business with the number one real estate brokerage in the world for the last ten years, would you ever think of leaving? You wouldn’t think so, but at the end of the day, it’s not always just about how good business is going; other factors like your faith and your family play a huge role in the decision process of where you want to build your real estate career.

God, Family, Then Business

Rod Forsyth has been a top agent since beginning his real estate career in 1986 and was a member of the #1 RE/MAX office in the world for the last ten years. Out of the 5500 agents in Calgary, Rod ranks in the top 2% of all associates. So what made him leave and continue his stellar career at Keller Williams in Calgary? Rod wanted to pursue a culture that aligned with his own; God, family and then business.

“The culture, the systems, the training, and the singular focus on learning how to serve my clients better drew me to Keller Williams,” Forsyth says. “Even though I’ve been in real estate for 24 years, I’m taking advantage of the training. I know it’s going to reignite my career. At Keller Williams, everyone is like-minded. Everyone is moving forward with the same mission to serve more clients better,” Forsyth says. “To be surrounded by people like this is fascinating. It’s refreshing. It’s gratifying.”

The true sense of family that makes up the Keller Williams culture is what is allowing KW to be the only large real estate franchise to see positive growth in agent count in 2009 and 2010. It’s all about creating careers worth having, businesses worth owning and lives worth living. Learn more about the Keller Williams Difference and see if what you are looking for in a real estate brokerage is the same as ours.