Mike Ryan was Retired as Executive Vice President at Re/Max

Date of management change: November 07, 2018 

What Happened?

Denver, CO-based Re/Max Retired Mike Ryan as Executive Vice President

 

About the Company

More than 40 Years of Outstanding Agents and Outstanding Results From a single office that opened in 1973 in Denver, Colo., Re/Max has grown into a global real estate network of franchisee-owned and -operated offices with more than 90,000 Sales Associates. Those agents constitute the world`s most productive real estate sales force. Through their efforts, they`ve made it possible to say that nobody in the world sells more real estate than Re/Max. Re/Max, LLC, the franchisor of the global Re/Max network, is still based in Denver and led by its founders, Dave and Gail Liniger. Its parent company, Re/Max Holdings Inc., is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange as RMAX. The system is still based on attracting productive agents and providing them with valuable support, incredible brand awareness, educational opportunities and other competitive advantages. Customer service – built on a foundation of drive, experience and education – is the cornerstone of Re/Max success. The Re/Max track record built over more than 40 years is proof that a focus on the customer`s needs, backed by the ability to deliver, remains as important as ever. In other words, great things happen when driven individuals come together and treat real estate as a profession. And that, in a nutshell, is Re/Max.

 

About the Person

Mike Ryan is Executive Vice President at Re/Max. Previously, Mike held various senior marketing leadership roles in the industry.

 

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