RE/MAX executive vice president to retire, take on advisory role

Mike Ryan, the man RE/MAX executives credit with significantly shaping one of the largest real estate franchisors in the nation, is set to retire.

The essential guide to thriving in a turning market

The situation in many markets across the country has begun to change: Home sales are slowing down and so too is the momentous price growth seen just a few months or years ago.

RE/MAX CEO: We have no intent to enter the iBuyer space

In a conference call for investors following the Denver-headquartered real estate franchise’s third quarter earnings release, Adam Contos said that RE/MAX does not have “necessarily any intent to” experiment with fast-cash home offers.

Rise and fall: How much real estate CEOs lost in the stock market slide this week

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones stock index plummeted 800 points. Here are the publicly traded real estate CEOs who took the biggest hit.

Motto Mortgage adds franchise in Northwest US

Motto Mortgage Group, a mortgage brokerage spun off from RE/MAX, is expanding to the Seattle metro area with a new office in Edmonds, Washington.

The Evolution of the Original Disruptor

A Culture of Productivity, a Bold Tech Strategy, and a Drive for New Ideas and Better Solutions Fuel a Bright Future at RE/MAX Editor’s Note: This is the cover story in the September issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine. Subscribe today. The world is changing quickly. The real estate landscape has never been more competitive […]

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17,400 miles, 15 countries and 1 wild bear: A Re/Max agent’s inspiring charity motorbike ride

Re/Max agent Bruce Johnson and his daughter are taking part in the “Motorcycle for Miracles” journey to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network.

Re/Max is taking on Compass and Keller Williams with its own tech platform

CEO Adam Contos touts new agent-centric digital suite built by booj, Re/Max’s red-hot Denver startup acquisition, as part of a plan to “deliver substantial value to consumers and allow Re/Max agents to connect with homebuyers and sellers in a more meaningful way.” 

Re/Max grows revenue slightly to $54.3M in second quarter

Re/Max reported revenue of $54.3 million in the second quarter of 2018, a year-over-year increase of 11.4 percent and a slight uptick from last quarter revenue. 

Watch: Exclusive interview with Re/Max CEO Adam Contos

Re/Max CEO Adam Contos sat down with Real Scout founder Andrew Flachner — an editorial partner of Inman — for an exclusive interview at the Re/Max headquarters in Denver, Colorado, yesterday.