About RE/MAX

What  does RE/MAX mean?

RE/MAX means Real Estate Maximums:

- Maximum Results Máximos
- Maxim Commissions
- Maxim Cooperation
- Maxim Training
- Maxim Costumer Service
- Maxim ROI

The most important feature of the RE / MAX, which differentiates it from all other real estate agencies and networks, is the fact that it was created thinking of the Commercial and this is the most important piece of real estate agency. With this concept, RE / MAX has revolutionized the real estate market and changed the rules of the traditional sector.

The course of RE / MAX is based on the motto - everyone wins. A maxim which has allowed to assert its leadership, achievement and recognition in the market.

The management model RE / MAX was created in 1973 in the U.S., by Dave Liniger, a real estate agent experienced, but something disillusioned with the state of the real estate companies. In analyzing the market, Dave Liniger found that a good portion of the companies was not profitable due not only to the costs they had, but also because of the inability to retain the best commercial, and their teams composed of elements unproductive and unmotivated.

To solve these problems Dave Liniger created a system based on three principles: - Maximum Service Customer - High commission for Commercial - Maximum profitability for the franchisee

This system allows us to recruit and retain the best professionals in the market have highly motivated and productive teams, decrease turnover of trade and provide the best service to customers.

With RE / MAX, will no longer have a real estate agency, you have a real estate business. The RE / MAX teaches the franchisee to be a market leader and gives you the opportunity to have a profitable business, independently, with independence and flexibility, but always with the support and expertise of the organization.

For over 35 years these principles have been consolidated and the system has expanded by about 70 countries. Today, RE / MAX is a company that sells more properties around the world.