Celebrate RE/MAX – 2016 Results

Celebrate RE/MAX – 2016 Results

The quality of the RE/MAX Brand and Agents is on display once again!

Celebrate RE/MAX - 2016 Results

Celebrate RE/MAX – 2016 Results

At RE/MAX, our success comes with 365 days a year of hard work. In this blog post, we will be celebrating our 2016 results. Continue reading to see why we’re the best in the business.

With over a million transaction sides in the United States, another 350,000 in Canada and 250,000 more throughout the rest of the world, our overall transaction count topped 1.6 million in 2016. No competitor comes remotely close to this number. We continue to be what we set out to be – the worldwide real estate leader.

RE/MAX agents in Canada and the United States averaged 18.3 transactions and 16.5 transactions in 2016, respectively.  Worldwide, RE/MAX agents averaged 15 transactions in 2016.

RE/MAX agents in Canada averaged $166,898 in commissions in 2016. As Jim Rohn said, “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”

The secret to our success is out, and people want in. RE/MAX was named the fastest-growing real estate franchise in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 for 2017. To learn more about this exciting recognition, click here.

Congratulations to everyone in the RE/MAX network!

 

Do you want to join a brokerage that is a worldwide leader in real estate?

We are currently looking for the best real estate agents to join our team. Be Your Career represents RE/MAX offices in Greater Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. We are looking for high-energy, goal-oriented, charismatic sales leaders to join our team.

Skills & Experience

  • Strong closer with great judgment
  • Significant sales experience
  • Personable
  • Great oral and written communication skills

Compensation & Perks

  • High commission package
  • Take vacation when you need it
  • Awesome team
  • You’ll be collaborating with a fantastic group of smart, driven, principled, good-spirited people

 

If you’ve been wanting more out of your current brokerage for a while now, why don’t you schedule an informal interview with one of our managing brokers?

What do you have to lose; rather, what do you have to gain?

 

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