Usually, the only thing you’d think about when moving is location, location, location. However, when you’re moving for retirement, it’s never the same thing – you have to consider several factors because things will never be the same once you retire. For one, you won’t be earning the same money you usually earn from a regular day job. This means that when you retire, you should be keen on your expenses. Healthcare will also become a necessity during this phase of your life. To ensure that your move during retirement will become beneficial to you in the long run, consider these questions: Continue reading
ORLANDO- The team at Realty Executives Gallery Properties are taking full advantage of the CME (Certified Marketing Executive) training, and it’s helping them grow their agent count.
Broker/owner Christopher Nutt, and in-house Certified Marketing Executive Meghan Benham, have gone the extra mile by providing additional training for the agents of Gallery Properties in excess to the training webinars offered by Realty Executives International. Continue reading
Five years ago, with an agent count below 50, Realty Executives Tucson Elite was hardly a blip within the Tucson Metro market share statistics.
Fast forward to today, where after growing its agent count by 600%, the Tucson brokerage enjoys the #3 spot in both by market share volume and units. Continue reading
Moving into a new home with a significant other for the first time is an exciting process. In addition to deciding how you’ll pay bills and keep up with housework, you’re going to have to make some big decisions on your home’s decor style together. This can be a huge headache for many couples, so read on for some tips on how to seamlessly merge decor styles in your new home sweet home. Continue reading
Realty Executives International has acquired a 50% stake in Realty Executives Northern Arizona, buying out its two minority partners. This is the first move the parent company has made, as part of its investment strategy, by orchestrating a sizeable investment in an existing brokerage, making Realty Executives Northern Arizona the model for the organization’s partnership approach it plans to expand on a global scale.
“Part of our aggressive growth strategy is to make significant investments in our existing brokerages, infusing cash and resources to catalyze recruiting and expansion,” explains David Tedesco, CEO of Realty Executives International. “We have started this process in our own backyard with Realty Executives Northern Arizona, which has significant market share as well as strong leadership. We are excited about the significant growth potential as we join forces.”
Led by Broker/Owner Don Bonnell and Managing Broker Cynthia Yannitelli, Realty Executives Northern Arizona serves Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, Chino Valley, Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Verde Valley, Payson, Happy Jack, and cities throughout central and northern Arizona. Their brokerage has gained both national recognition by leading industry publications as well as the vote of local patrons. In November, Realty Executives Northern Arizona was again named “Best Realty 2017” by Quad Cities Business News for the fourth year in a row. But even with this success, the leadership believes they are just getting started.
“We have been the number one company for 11 out of the last 12 years in the Prescott area,” Bonnell said. “Realty Executives International taking an ownership stake in our business will enable us to ramp up our recruiting efforts and provide even better support and resources to our team of top performers.”
The first effort following the partial acquisition is an exclusive recruiting program offering benefits built for highly productive agents and teams. Realty Executives will be debuting this new model in the Northern Arizona market as part of the company’s Experience Freedom™ campaign, then expanding it across its global network.
Buying a new home can be a smart and satisfying financial goal. Is becoming a homeowner for the first time or finding your next dream home one of your heart’s desires? Aiming for a big picture strategy and breaking your plan into steps over time can help make your homeownership goals a reality. If you don’t see yourself making a move for quite some time but know you’d like to buy a home down the line, following are proactive steps you can take sooner rather than later, along with some ideas to keep in mind.
1. Get Your Financials In Order
Buying a home is a huge financial investment that requires planning and commitment.
Checking your credit score early in the process is an important step. When you apply for a loan or are looking into a mortgage for your new home, one of the first things lenders will check is your credit score. You don’t want to be surprised, stalled, or have a loan rejected because of factors impacting your credit score that you could start tackling now. Continue reading
Realty Executives agents close 47 percent more transaction sides than the industry average, according to RISMedia’s 29th Annual Power Broker Report (Top 500). This figure is up from last year’s study measuring Realty Executives as being 32 percent more productive than the average agent, again demonstrating that its high-performing network and culture continues to outperform the industry.
Purchasing your first home can be one of the most exciting and overwhelmingly stressful experiences of your life. Yet, armed with the appropriate knowledge and information, you can define your budget, get pre-approved for your home loan, shop for the perfect house and close the transaction with confidence.
Realty Executives International is excited to announce the promotions of company leaders David Celaya to Vice President, and Alysia Heun to Vice President of Franchise Services.