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RE/MAX ~ More Than 48 Years of Outstanding Agents & Outstanding Results


From a single office that opened in 1973 in Denver, Colorado

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, and the reason for my decision to choose RE/MAX Harbor Country my brokerage of choice.

 RE/MAX Balloon is easily recognized logo of Real Estate Excellence


RE/MAX Cares

For more than 45 years, RE/MAX agents help Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® support millions of kids each year.

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 the past 45 years is proof that a focus on the customer's needs, backed by the ability to deliver, remains as important as ever. 

 Learn About The RE/MAX network's unique history


Still based in Denver and led by CEO Adam Contos, its parent company, RE/MAX Holdings Inc., is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange as RMAX. Dedicated to innovation and change in the real estate industry, RE/MAX launched Motto Mortgage, a ground-breaking mortgage network, in 2016 and acquired booj, a real estate technology company, in 2018.

The global network of franchisee-owned and -operated offices are run with the world's most productive real estate sales agents. Through their efforts, they have made it possible to say that nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX when measured by residential transaction sides. 


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Valerie Bomberger, ABR Michigan Realtor

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