More than 1,100 RE/MAX leaders and guests gather this week at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee for the 2022 RE/MAX Broker-Owner Conference of global real estate franchisors. Released by RE/MAX. Many BOC staples — focused on opening general sessions, speakers, networking opportunities, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® auctions, approved supplier marketplaces, brokerage strategies, technology, and the compelling value of a productive culture Any educational session.
Nick Bailey, President and CEO of RE/MAX, LLC, kicked off the opening general session by highlighting the realignment of the housing market and the opportunities that the downturn in the real estate market presents for brokers. Bailey noted the RE/MAX network’s historic resilience during economic downturns and encouraged attendees to remain focused on supporting agents with the best tools and resources, the company said. said.
“The issue for me is not whether people buy or sell homes,” he said. “The question is, who are the agents that help people buy and sell in this marketplace? It is times like this where he RE/MAX comes into play, with high productivity levels in the network.”
During the opening general session, Bailey also highlighted a new corporate relationship with Inside Real Estate. This will allow affiliates in company-owned territories in the United States and Canada to access his kvCORE platform branded as “MAX/Tech powered by kvCORE” at no additional charge. price. Bailey took the stage with Inside Real Estate CEO Joe Skosen and why the two have worked so well with business leaders who see success as part of their company’s DNA. explained.
Bailey detailed the recently announced Team Pilot Program, citing another initiative aimed at helping entrepreneurs build their businesses through RE/MAX resources. The pilot, designed to accelerate growth and strengthen retention of his existing RE/MAX team and assist the broker/owner in recruiting his team of 6 or more licensees, is a California , Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and Texas.
Attendees also had the opportunity to hear from Dave Liniger, Chairman and Co-Founder of RE/MAX. He provided a fascinating look at how the network’s past aligns with its present and future, the company said. Liniger says RE/MAX has changed and evolved since his inception nearly 50 years ago, but the roots of its success – service, professionalism and productivity – remain as clear as ever. It remains relevant.
Keynote speaker Vernice “Flygirl” Armor, America’s first black female combat pilot and noted author, discusses strategies for achieving goals and invites audiences to “get brave” by revitalizing business. urged.
According to the release, Bailey appreciates the incredible productivity of the RE/MAX network and the enduring legacy that Liniger and RE/MAX Vice Chairman and Co-Founder Gail Liniger have built with RE/MAX, according to the release. and finished his remarks. “We’re a financially strong, profitable company, and a lot of that is due to how Dave and Gail started this business.” Bailey joked that the company is built on the backs of agents battling to go public, but they lift each other along the way.
The conference concluded on Tuesday with a remarkable speech by Olympic gold medalist and four-time world champion figure skater Scott Hamilton. The RE/MAX Broker/Owner will meet again next year at his 2023 BOC conference in Chicago, August 6-8.
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