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Keller Williams On the Water Adds Downtown Bradenton Office


BRADENTON — Keller Williams On the Water announced Monday that they have expanded and relocated to downtown Bradenton. The company says that their new location in The First Bank Building is the 1st international real estate franchise company to enter the downtown core.

Led by Operating Principal Joanne Owens and CEO/Team Leader Rich Ganim, Keller Williams on the Water is part of Keller Williams, the largest real estate franchise in North America.
“Keller Williams is excited about our new location in Downtown Bradenton,” said Ganim. “Our company has a proven track record of success and  market presence by entering into business with the premier real estate professionals in our area. By maintaining our standards of excellence, the culture of Keller Williams along with superior education and results we provide our customers, partners and associates the best the industry has to offer.”
The new Keller Williams On the Water office is located at 1301 6th Avenue West Suite 100. KWOTW also has offices in Downtown Sarasota, Anna Maria Island, and says that plans are in the works for a Longboat Key location.
“We are proud of the way we do business," said Operating Principal Joanne Owens, who also is Operating Principal of Keller Williams On the Water in downtown Sarasota. "We have a great leadership team coupled with educated and caring agents. Our move into Downtown Bradenton demonstrates our commitment to our community and our belief in the growth that being downtown offers our associates.
"However, we also are firm in our belief that downtown will only better serve our customers. With worldwide expansion into countries like the U,K., Mexico, Turkey, Australia, South Africa to name a few and of course our presence in Canada, we trust this move will also benefit Manatee County residents and businesses. Being downtown in both counties offers our associates and clients a jumping off point to the most talked about beaches, golf courses and waterfront communities in Florida."


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