Mark Willis replaces Marc King as president at Keller Williams

by Agent Publishing

Mark Willis via Businesswire

Keller Williams shuffled its leadership Monday, moving Mark Willis into the president role, replacing Marc King, according to multiple published reports.

Willis is now president and CEO. He rejoined the firm as a strategic consultant in July after seven years away from the company. He previously served as Keller Williams president from 2002 to 2005 and CEO from 2005 to 2015.

“We’re going to build on the strong foundational relationships within the company and deepen them,” Willis said last summer. “I’m excited about the future, as the opportunity for entrepreneurs to thrive has never been better. And we’re leaning into it.” 

King, who has been with the company since 2001, will remain at the firm in a coaching and training leadership role, reports said.

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