Real estate agents affiliated with RE/MAX rank among the most productive in the United States, according to two national brokerage surveys. In both surveys, RE/MAX had the highest per-agent home sales in 2014 among national real estate franchise brands. RE/MAX agents at the large brokerages included in the REAL Trends 500 averaged 16.6 transaction sides in 2014, and in the RISMedia Power Broker Report their average was 15.1. These averages were more than double the averages of all other agents in each survey.
“Year after year, we see recognitions that show RE/MAX agents performing at a very high level,” said Dave Liniger, CEO, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder of RE/MAX, LLC. “With the significant number of sales RE/MAX agents complete, it’s apparent that consumers understand the experience of a professional agent makes a huge difference in buying and selling a home.”
Annual surveys of the largest U.S. brokerages regularly find the performance of RE/MAX agents among the best.
Based on the data in the 2015 REAL Trends 500, RE/MAX agents at brokerages included in the survey averaged significantly more transaction sides than agents with other national franchise brands, and more than double the 7.8 average of agents at all other brokerages in the survey.
– RE/MAX 16.6
– Prudential Real Estate 13.6
– Realty Executives 10.4
– ERA 9.0
– Coldwell Banker/NRT 8.5
– Berkshire Hathaway Home Services 7.6
– Century 21 7.5
– Real Living 6.8
– Keller Williams 6.7
RE/MAX agents also had above-average sales volume. In the Power Broker Report, they were 74% above average with $4.4 million and in the REAL Trends 500, agents affiliated with RE/MAX averaged $3.9 million, well above the average of other agents by 60%.
In April, RE/MAX announced that its worldwide network had grown to include over 100,000 agents. Top performing agents are attracted to RE/MAX for its considerable brand recognition, sizeable global footprint and the comprehensive tools and resources.
NOTE: Rankings calculated by RE/MAX based on: 1) 2015 REAL Trends 500 data, citing 2014 transaction sides for the 1,460 largest participating U.S. brokerages, and 2) 2015 RISMedia Power Broker Report listing 2014 transaction sides for the 500 largest participating brokerages.