RE/MAX Expands Luxury Listing Visibility

June 20, 2014

 

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RE/MAX Senior Vice President,
Business Alliances
Mike Reagan
 


Contact:
Ronda Scholting
Public Relations Manager
RE/MAX, LLC.
P: (303) 796-3504
E: rscholting@remax.com

 

DENVER - Buyers in the market for luxury homes can now more easily find what they're looking for as The RE/MAX Collection® makes its debut on the Bank of America Real Estate Center. The new feature on the Bank of America site displays luxury listings from The RE/MAX Collection website, www.theremaxcollection.com. It's just one more resource available to RE/MAX luxury home buyers.

“Marketing is key for real estate, especially for luxury properties,” said Mike Reagan, RE/MAX Senior Vice President, Business Alliances. “This gives our agents one more tool to help them reach out to both buyers and sellers. It widens the potential audience for high-end properties and helps put customers in touch with professional, qualified agents.”

Agents with the Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS) designation have taken specialized training to ensure they have the knowledge, experience and competence required by affluent buyers and sellers. Many agents who hold the designation are in the top 10% of agents in their local markets. RE/MAX leads the industry in professional designations.

The influence of the RE/MAX brand continues to grow, as new offices, sales agents and countries are added around the world. RE/MAX now has a presence in more than 95 countries, a global reach far greater than any competitor. With more than 6,500 independently owned and operated offices globally, and a sales force of over 94,000 sales associates, RE/MAX agents sell more real estate than any other U.S. brand.

For more information on The RE/MAX Collection, please visit www.theremaxcollection.com.

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