National Survey Shows RE/MAX Agents Most Productive
RE/MAX agents again claim the title of most productive among the national real estate brands. An analysis of the data contained in the 29th annual 2016 REAL Trends 500 survey shows that RE/MAX agents are more than twice as productive as the average of all other agents in the report.
“Year after year, national surveys show that RE/MAX agents sell more residential real estate than their competitors and this year is no different,” said Dave Liniger, CEO, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder of RE/MAX, LLC. “The RE/MAX business model and our many tools, resources and comprehensive training are very attractive to productive agents. Consumers have made their choice and that’s why RE/MAX agents continue to out-perform their competitors.”
One of the most widely followed reports in real estate, the REAL Trends 500 ranks the largest U.S. brokerages by total residential transaction sides with a minimum of 500 sides needed to qualify for participation.
Of the total 1,605 brokerages participating in the REAL Trends 500, one third, or 530, were affiliated with RE/MAX. The nearest competitor placed 386. Data from the survey show that RE/MAX agents averaged 17.3 home sales, more than double the 7.9 average of all other agents and led all national franchises.
- Realty Executives – 10.4
- ERA – 9.4
- Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices1– 8.7
- Coldwell Banker/NRT2: – 8.6
- Century 21 – 8.2
- Better Homes and Gardens – 7.0
- Keller Williams – 6.8
- Sotheby’s – 6.3
When all brokerages participating in the survey are ranked by average transaction sides per agent, RE/MAX brokerages claim 85 of the top 100 positions. RE/MAX agents also averaged $4.2 million in sales volume, 68% higher than the $2.5 million average of all other agents in the REAL Trends 500 survey.
The 2016 REAL Trends 500 survey also contains several lists ranking participating brokerages by specific performance metrics in 2015. RE/MAX brokerages claimed 6 of the top 10 spots for the Largest Percent Increase in Transaction Sides and also 6 of the top 10 for the Largest Percent Increase in Sales Volume.
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services does not include HomeServices of America.
Coldwell Banker includes NRT
Source: RE/MAX Newsroom