NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 13 – RE/MAX, one of the world’s largest real estate brokerage networks, is keen to capitalise on Kenya’s ever expanding real estate sector as was evidenced by the recent visit of its global Vice President Larry Oberly.
On his visit to East Africa, Oberly was keen to stress the opportunity for financial freedom RE/MAX provides its sales associates and agents.
RE/MAX also provides opportunity for individuals to buy the franchise, recruit sales agents, train them using their model and profit from the property market; meeting the needs of a wide range of clients including government, corporate and private developers.
“The RE/MAX business model provides opportunities for individuals to achieve financial freedom by becoming RE/MAX brokers and independently running their own RE/MAX brokerages. In addition to becoming their own bossesand managing their own businesses once they buy the franchise, they also provide a chain of employment opportunities in the real estate sector and play a major role in the growth of the economy,” a write-up on the business states.
On his visit, Oberly conducted training for RE/MAX regional staff and brokerage owners in addition to engaging with the RE/MAX Kenya team and other stakeholders at a dinner hosted in his honour.
Prior to Oberly’s visit, Jan Repa, the Director Global Business & Franchising Solutions, Cheryl Luster, Senior Regional Development Consultant as well as Chip Brekken, the Director Global Development all from RE/MAX World HQ in Denver, visited the country to make an assessment of the state of RE/MAX businesses and its impact on the Africa Real Estate Market.
RE/MAX Kenya was established in 2013 by advocate and businessman Charles Odere.
RE/MAX operates in over 100 countries and territories, with over 110,000 sales associates and over 7,000 offices with 100,000 sales agents.