RE/MAX has announced the addition of 15 new offices over the past two months, adding nearly 350 agents to the brand. The additions are a mix of new offices, conversions of formerly unaffiliated brokerages, and expansions of existing RE/MAX companies, the company stated.
New brokerage openings:
- Shawn Gaugler opened RE/MAX Legacy in Bozeman, Montana
- Mandy Campbell opened RE/MAX Aspire in Culver, Indiana
- Badrul Chowdhury opened RE/MAX LuXe in Queens Village, New York
- Bill Weishuhn opened RE/MAX Prime Properties in Reno, Nevada
- Mandy Caruso, Jack Brown and Heather Grant Murray opened RE/MAX Beacon in Salem, Massachusetts
- Tyler Bernadyn, Joseph Fitzpatrick, and Justine Tarlton opened RE/MAX Results in Middletown, Rhode Island
- Dawn Stixrud opened RE/MAX Aspire in Hobbs, New Mexico
- Daniel Riess moved his brokerage, Realty Market Brokers, to RE/MAX Adventure in Nampa, Idaho and opened with 8 agents
- Sheryl Albritton converted her brokerage, San Juan Real Estate, to RE/MAX Island Living in Friday Harbor, Washington
- Haley Larson converted her company, The Real Estate Collective, and rebranded to RE/MAX The Collective with her 19 agents in Yakima, Washington
- Cynthia Phillips and Kade Phillips converted their Middleboro, Massachusetts brokerage to RE/MAX Legacy and opened with 6 agents
- Gene Boone and Owen Boone converted their brokerage Foxfire Realty in Ocala, Florida to RE/MAX Foxfire with 165 agents
Expansions and acquisitions:
- Henry Schmidt, owner of RE/MAX Evergreen opened a second office in Oakridge, Oregon with 3 licensed agents and 3 support staff
- Paul Natividad, Jenny Pok and Mike Sanchez, the leadership team of RE/MAX Proper, acquired All Nations realty in Rancho Cucamonga, California, which became their second office location with more than 120 agents
- Jeffrey Adams, Sue Dietz, Ashley Erschen, and David Sandman, Broker/Owners of RE/MAX Advantage Realty in Iowa, opened a second office in Platteville, Wisconsin
The recent office conversions, expansions and acquisition had upwards of $630 million in combined sales volume in 2022, according to a release.
Peter Luft, RE/MAX, LLC vice president of Franchise Sales, said the recent surge in RE/MAX offices is a testament to the brand and the local brokerage owners.
“RE/MAX is a top-tier brand, offering real estate entrepreneurs the opportunity to go into business for themselves but not by themselves,” Luft explained. “The franchise growth throughout the U.S. underscores the value of building a brokerage business by providing the best tools, brand, and experiences to agents and clients.”
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