Data is full-year or as of year-end 2015, as applicable. Except as noted, Coldwell Banker, Century 21, ERA, Sotheby’s and Better Homes and Gardens data is as reported by Realogy Corporation on SEC 10-K, Annual Report for 2015; Keller Williams, Realty Executives and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices data is from company websites and industry reports. 1Transaction sides per agent calculated by RE/MAX based on 2016 REAL Trends 500 data, citing 2015 transaction sides for the 1,605 largest participating U.S. brokerages. Coldwell Banker includes NRT. Berkshire does not include HomeServices of America. 2Keller Williams reports all transaction sides and does not itemize U.S. residential transactions. 3MMR Strategy Group study of unaided awareness among buyers, sellers, and those planning to buy or sell; asked, when they think of real estate brands, which ones come to mind? 4Based on lists of countries claimed at each franchisor’s website, excluding claimed locations that are not independent countries (i.e. territories, etc.).
POTENTIAL REFERRAL AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES*
POTENTIAL REFERRAL AGENTS IN CANADA (WHERE RE/MAX IS NO. 1 BY FAR)*
POTENTIAL REFERRAL AGENTS IN NEARLY 100 COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA*
*As of 2016
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Network with other luxury professionals at The RE/MAX Collection Luxury Forum, held annually
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Commercial-specific education at annual events and through RE/MAX University
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