Whether you’ve already been identified as a candidate or you’ve chosen to explore the opportunity on your own, there’s a reason: You’re a top performer and you gravitate toward other top performers.
a top performer in his or her market, with:
No matter how well you perform as a single agent, you’re still a single agent, and if you need to take time off, so will your commission. As a RE/MAX Broker/Owner, your team of agents would continue selling and earning revenue, contributing to your bottom line.
Whether retirement is on the horizon or not, you should have an exit strategy in place. Unfortunately, you don’t have the luxury of a cushy corporate 401(k). Becoming a RE/MAX Broker/Owner may be the only plan you need. When you build your business upon the capabilities of a talented team of agents, there is a better chance it will be attractive to a potential buyer when you’re ready to move on.