For a fantastic year in 2015, Wendy has been awarded to the RE/MAX Platinum Club for 2015! This is awarded to the top performers in a market-leading organization; all during an especially competitive year!
New survey results prove what you knew from experience, and what your prospective clients need to hear: When asked to name real estate brands, more buyers and sellers think of RE/MAX than any other brand in the U.S. and Canada.
And there’s more: RE/MAX is the brand they think of first.
These are the findings of a third-party survey of U.S. and Canadian homebuyers and sellers completed in March for RE/MAX, LLC.
In the survey’s “aided awareness” results, nearly 90 percent of U.S. respondents recognized RE/MAX when they read a list of real estate brand names. In Canada, the percentage was even stronger at nearly 97 percent.
But the ultimate test of a brand’s strength is “unaided awareness,” when respondents are asked to name companies without being presented with a list of names. In this portion of the survey, RE/MAX was mentioned more than any other real estate brand. RE/MAX also was the brand most often mentioned first – giving it the highest top-of-mind awareness in both the U.S. and Canada.
The phone survey was conducted between November 2012 and March 2013 by MMR Strategy Group. Respondents included recent homebuyers, sellers and those who intended to buy or sell a home. In the U.S., the sample size was in excess of 2,500. A similar methodology was used in Canada with a sample size of more than 600. In both countries, the results were statistically significant to a 95-percent confidence level.
***This information is provided by Remax.net.
RE/MAX has put out the National Housing Report for June 2013. For 17 months in a row now, home sales and prices have been higher than for the same month the previous year! The Housing Report surveyed 52 different Metropolitan areas to get their data. Click here for a full copy of the report!
RE/MAX CEO Margaret Kelly was interviewed on Fox News about the current real estate market in the US. She talks about why inventory is so low and when it may increase, who is buying homes now and why, what about lending standards and the interest rate and more. It is a very informative piece on the “state of the housing market”.