RE/MAX Identified as the Most Productive Real Estate Brand
"Real Trends" May 2010
Denver based REAL TRENDS is a publication that provides the real estate industry with market statistics and trends. After many years of tracking real estate firms in the US, Real Trends has published in first Canadian Top 200 Brokerage report. These companies handled 392,898 closed transaction sides with a sales volume of $111,129,231,104 in 2009.
Of the 200 brokerages listed in this report, RE/MAX held 130 (65%) spots, followed by Royal Lepage 28 (14%), and Coldwell Banker at 17 spots (8.55).
RE/MAX Recognized as the Most Trusted Real Estate Brand in Canada
"Reader's Digest Magazine" April 2010
RE/MAX has been awarded "Most Trusted Residential REALTOR" as voted on by their readers. The survey conducted for the annual awards revealed that the majority of Canadians trust RE/MAX for all their residential real estate needs, ranking RE/MAX Associates five-times more "trusted" than the second place brand.
"Entrepreneur," January 2005
In January 2005, "Entrepreneur" magazine ranked RE/MAX among the top 10 franchises in its 26th Annual Franchise 500 survey. It also named RE/MAX: "Best of the Best" for real estate services; the highest-ranking real estate franchise in "Low Cost Franchises"; and No. 7 overall in "America's Top Global Franchises."
The Story and Lessons Behind RE/MAX
Few people outside of RE/MAX have had glimpses of the inner workings of the most successful real estate network in the world. Authors Phil Harkins and Keith Hollihan provide the first book-length look at the secrets of RE/MAX success with "Everybody Wins." Published December 2004, this book is a behind-the-scenes look at how a single-office operation expanded into a global network. It paints a comprehensive picture of an amazing real estate franchisor, its colorful chairman, Dave Liniger, and other key contributors who represent the thousands of individuals who have been critical to the network's success.
RE/MAX Tops Lists of Best Franchises
"Entrepreneur," January 2004
In January 2004, "Entrepreneur" magazine ranked RE/MAX among the top franchises in several distinguished categories in its 25th Annual Franchise 500 survey, including: "Best of the Best" for real estate services; the "Fastest Growing" real estate franchise; the highest-ranking real estate franchise in "Low Cost Franchises"; and No. 17 in "America's Top Global Franchises."
RE/MAX Shines in Study
"REAL Trends 500," 2004
The RE/MAX network found itself in familiar territory in the 2004 REAL Trends 500 survey, once again leading the rankings. RE/MAX offices have maintained a leading presence in the annual study for nearly a decade. RE/MAX offices captured 169 - or 30 percent - of the top 567 spots (more than 500 due to ties) in the study, which ranks brokerages by closed transaction sides.
RE/MAX Leads Big Broker Report
"REAL Trends 500," 2003
RE/MAX again dominated the "REAL Trends" survey in 2003. RE/MAX offices accounted for more than 30 percent of the 500 largest firms in the United States. RE/MAX offices accounted for 68 percent (80 of 117) of offices that topped 1,000 transaction sides in 2002, and six of the top 10 firms ranked by sales volume per office were with RE/MAX.
Industry's Most Productive Network
"National Relocation & Real Estate"
The "2003 Power Broker Report" of "National Relocation & Real Estate" magazine shows that among the major franchises, RE/MAX offices and agents have the highest average annual sales volume.
No. 1 Real Estate Franchise
"Entrepreneur," January 2002
For the third consecutive year, RE/MAX was the No. 1 real estate services franchise in "Entrepreneur" magazine's Annual Franchise 500. RE/MAX ranked No. 13 among all franchises and No. 11 among the top 30 fastest-growing franchises.
Acclaimed Real Estate Network
"50 Companies That Changed the World"
RE/MAX is the only real estate organization included in Howard Rothman's 2001 book featuring the all-time most influential companies worldwide. Rothman attributes the RE/MAX network's rapid growth to "often revolutionary ideas, which now are regularly copied by competitors around the world."