When Robin Haynes left Keller Williams after five years in the team leader role, she took a couple thousand dollars a year in profit share with her. It wasn’t much, she thought, but it was a good parting gift.
Time passed. She was managing a local office for Berkshire Hathaway when she connected with Marc King, team leader in Chesterfield, Missouri. He invited her back to Keller Williams. She was eager to return, and one of the factors was profit share. Even while she was managing working for a competing brokerage, she had continued to receive, like clockwork, her monthly checks from Keller Williams.