RE/MAX Honored as Top Corporate Trainer

December 03, 2013
by Andrew Gmerek

 

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RE/MAX
Executive VP, Global Communications and Branding
Mike Ryan

Contact:
Shaun White
Vice President Public Relations
RE/MAX, LLC.
P: (303) 796-3405
E: shaunwhite@remax.com

DENVER – For the third consecutive year, RE/MAX University (RU) has been recognized as one of the best among corporate-sponsored training programs, capturing a place on Training magazine’s Top 125 list. The 14th annual survey ranked excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs tied to corporate strategic goals and measurable results.

“Our high level of training and support for RE/MAX agents and our Broker/Owners is what sets us apart from our competitors,” said Mike Ryan, RE/MAX Executive Vice President, RE/MAX, LLC. “We believe RU training programs improve the performance of our agents and enhance their customer service.”

RU is a proprietary online resource that offers on-demand 24/7 access to training opportunities for more than 90,000 RE/MAX Affiliates around the world, delivering HD quality video programs and online training for viewing on multiple devices. Most programs are available at no cost.

RE/MAX agents lead the industry in professional designations/certifications, with over 70,000 courses taken at home or in the office through the use of RU. RE/MAX values high quality training and makes continuing education a priority to ensure the success of all RE/MAX agents and offices.

That success was proven once again this year, in top real estate industry surveys, which showed RE/MAX agents to be among the industry’s top performers. The RISMedia Power Broker Report and the REAL Trends 500 survey both showed that RE/MAX agents were the most productive when ranked by closed transaction sides among the national real estate franchises.



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