Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – May 20, 2017
As a real estate professional you are an independent contractor. Benefits and compensation plus job security and advancement are up to you. A wonderful way to help and meet people. This is a job that requires discipline and determination to become a success. At Remax Premier I had the opportunity to work with a wonderful broker who was a shining star. Always there to support and help. My fellow agents were also kind and approachable when you needed to bounce thoughts and compare notes.
Realtor Agent (Current Employee) – Marina del Rey, CA, Punta Gorda, Fl – July 11, 2018
RE/MAX is a great company for an active agent. They offer competitive splits and agents have access to all the tools to succeed. The staff is very helpful and they have convenient offices all over the country.
Administration (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – July 11, 2018
Regularly scheduled days. Broker rarely speaks to hired staff although he works wonderful with MOST of the agents. He has his favorites. Office manager has many different sides but has been there forever and Broker thinks she does no wrong.
Real Estate Broker (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – July 6, 2018
Listened to and met client real estate needs, building a reputation of great customer service Created and executed marketing campaigns to grow my brand via the web, mail, and in person Wrote real estate contracts with a required precision and eye for detail, meeting tight deadlines
Certified Negotiator and Purchasing Agent (Current Employee) – Lansdale, PA – July 5, 2018
Sky's the limit. Excellent company with huge potential to making the most money you can while building your own business. Many helpful co-workers who answer questions and have meetings to improve your own business and company.
Graphic Design Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 1, 2018
I joined REMAX Midtown as a paid internship position to see what skills I could acquire. I was often left to my own devices and did not receive much training. I had to figure out a lot on my own and because of this I never knew what it was that they particularly wanted. This led to them never using anything that I designed which was disheartening. The bosses were on the smug side but did their best to feign interest in my questions and presented work. I clearly did not belong there but I was able to gain a lot of Indesign practice, despite very little being taught to me.
no one helping me, uninterested bosses, cold work environment
Real Estate Agent/Property Manager (Former Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – June 30, 2018
The stress of being paid only on your performance (commission only) was heavy. The broker does nothing for you but provide a working environment. I succeeded because of others in the office that taught me things that defined my career.
Realtor (Former Employee) – Taunton, MA – June 25, 2018
The owners were in competition with the agents and all calls went through them. Clients would say they left you a message but got a call back from someone else. When owners control all up calls you will not get what you are paying for to work here