RE/MAX has been founded in Denver in 1973 by Dave and Gail Liniger. Already a successful real estate agent at that time, the 27 year old Dave was determined to make the US real estate market more professional and efficient. His "Real-Estate-Maximums" concept - short RE/MAX - is based on the assumptions that agents are not only in the business for themselves, but well trained, open to work with other agents whenever possible and most importantly one hundred percent client oriented.
By the end of 1978 more than 1.000 agents were already working in over 100 offices across the US and Canada.
Today, RE/MAX is spanning 80 countries and is the uncontested number 1 real estate franchise with nearly 7.000 offices and circa 100.000 agents worldwide.
All offices and agents are connected through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) - In Europe, RE/MAX sports the only working MLS of its kind. This guarantees that - through his RE/MAX Agent - each client has access to every listing within the Network.
The Code of Ethics which every associate at RE/MAX has to sign and subsequently follow, makes sure that clients get the best service possible, putting them in the center of all efforts. Since the CoE is the mandatory guideline for each and every RE/MAX Associate around the globe, clients can be sure they get the highest quality of service no matter where they decide to work with a RE/MAX Agent!
RE/MAX ranks 10th amongst all Franchises around the world - only second to fast-food chains - When it comes to client satisfaction and professionalism RE/MAX repeatedly ranks 1st. in major surveys conducted by the leading american business magazines.
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