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The busy spring season is in full swing, and in the current market, there is no shortage of competition. Whether it is a seller looking to beat the price of a comparable listing in their neighbourhood, or a buyer looking to come out on top of a hot listing, it is easy to get caught up trying to outdo those around you.

Fortunately, with the help of the RE/MAX Market Share Reports, you don’t need to spend time doing the research to show your clients that RE/MAX is home to the industries top-producing agents who continue to have leading market share all over the world. These reports, provided to you on a quarterly basis, are included in both portrait and landscape format, and include the following information:

  • Units Sold
  • Units Sold Broken Down (Listing & Selling Ends)
  • Volume
  • Agent Productivity by Brand
  • Days on Market by Brand

We want to make sure that these reports are an asset to your business, which is why they are available in a modern and visually appealing format that will be easy for your clients to understand. To help you get started, we have a listed a few different ways you can use this tool in your business:

  • Share with your clients during your listing presentation
  • Educate your clients with the latest information
  • Share on social media to show the success of RE/MAX in your area
  • Summarize the RE/MAX Market Share Reports for a simple way to create valuable content
  • This is a popular time for hosting an open house, so why not print off some copies and have them ready to hand out?

 

Please Note: The following markets were unavailable/not updated as of April 28th and we will continue to check the boards for updates: Halifax-Dartmouth, Halifax, Kings, Lunenburg, Cape Breton, Colchester, Hants, Pictou, Annapolis, Cumberland, Shelburne, Queens, Digby, Yarmouth County, Inverness, Yarmouth, Antigonish CO, Richmond, Victoria, Guysborough, Antigonish & Sarnia

1 Comment

  • Ryan Gilmour says:

    I love that you’re using Google Drive to display marketshare data now.

    One suggestion I have is to make the page smartphone-friendly. It is extremely difficult (read: impossible) to scroll through the list on an iphone as it’s displayed now.

    You can accomplish this by exposing the link to the top level folder which contains the marketshare data and allow google drive’s navigation to handle the smart phone challenge.

    Keep up the good work!

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