Congratulations, RE/MAX for nailing it again

Please take a look and consider these numbers seriously when considering your next real estate broker. Thank you. 2015 Remax vs the Industry  Read more »

Registration of Kansas Roofing Contractors

Effective July 1, 2013, any individual who engages in the business of providing commercial or residential roofing services in Kansas must obtain a registration from the Kansas Attorney General’s office. If any individual offering “roofing services” chooses not to become registered under the act, there is an up to $10,000 fine per violation for failing to follow the requirements of the act.  Read the alert.  Read more »

Home Prices and Sales Trend Higher as Recovery Continues

The national median home price rose for the third straight month in April, indicating that a housing recovery is strengthening in 2012.  In the 53 metropolitan areas surveyed by the RE/MAX National Housing Report, median home prices were 3.2% higher than March and a solid 5.9% higher than April 2011.  After 18 consecutive months of year-over-year price declines, February was the first month home prices experienced an increase.  How, March and April have followed suit creating a positive trend.... Read more »

RE/MAX Shines In RealTrends 500 Study

RE/MAX Leads the Industry in Topeka Kansas (Image)

RE/MAX agents continue to be the most productive real estate professionals – by a wide margin. In the annual REAL Trends 500 study – an independent ranking of the Top 500 U.S. brokerages – RE/MAX Sales Associates averaged 15.1 transaction sides last year. That figure was twice as high as the collective average of all agents in the study who are not affiliated with RE/MAX (7 transaction sides). It was also twice as high as the averages posted by national competitors such as Coldwell Banker (7.2),... Read more »

Snapshot of the New Retiree

Though out our lifetime, 65 has been the magic age at which an American worker is supposed to leave the workplace behind. Retirement as we know it is a recent concept. It emerged in the booming post-WWII economy with the introduction of pension pans that, for most Americans, added to the meager income provided by Social Security. Now pensions and defined benefit plans have gone the way of VHS, and many investment vehicles meant to take their place dropped precipitously in value with the financial... Read more »

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