Success built on reliability and results

Get more than a career in real estate when you join RE/MAX Singapore. With over 40 franchisees and associate companies, RE/MAX offers you the opportunity to become a business owner with the benefits of extensive support from a recognised brand in real estate.

RE/MAX began in 1973 as a one-agent office in Denver. Today, it has franchises worldwide in over 100 countries and continues to expand rapidly with new franchises in Asia, retaining its number one ranking on the Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 list for more than a decade.

The logo of a red, white and blue hot air balloon stands for trustworthy and result oriented professionals.

In Singapore, RE/MAX Singapore started in 2003 as a franchise led by Mr Ken Lim. After achieving remarkable growth in five years, Mr Lim was offered the Master Franchise rights. Since then, RE/MAX Singapore has flourished and has become an established and respected name in the local and regional real estate market.

RE/MAX attracts and retains the best agents in the business, offering maximum compensation, advanced support services and the freedom to succeed. Whether you are an experienced or new to the business of real estate, RE/MAX has a full suite of training courses, from basic to advanced, designed to empower you with skills to achieve measurable and significant results.

RE/MAX Singapore’s training arm, Real Centre Academy, Principle Trainer Mr David Cheong conducts monthly seminars like Vision Monday and Power Tuesday to give current market insights, empower realtors with cutting-edge real estate technologies, internet marketing skills and proven online strategies. These seminars are free and open to all property agents and anyone who aspires to be a realtor. Find out more about the training programmes that RE/MAX conducts and its free seminars at http://realcentreacademy.com

To get started on your way to real estate success, call Nicholas Nah at 96445557 or Karen Ong at 90702148.

(2014) 'Success built on reliability and results', Straits Times, 21st June, p. 32.