Washington-based indy agency joins RE/MAX

One other impartial brokerage has chosen to align with RE/MAX. Yakima Valley, Washington-based The Actual Property Collective, is RE/MAX’s newest franchise, in response to an announcement on Tuesday. The brokerage will now function below the identify RE/MAX The Collective.

The brand new agency is owned by Haley Larson, who joined RE/MAX together with her 17 brokers. In 2022, Larson’s brokers achieved $55 million in gross sales quantity, in response to the discharge.

“The training, the programs and the years of tried and true behind the RE/MAX model is nothing wanting wonderful,” Larson stated in a press release. “I really like the RE/MAX values and the corporate’s emphasis on know-how whereas not changing the agent.”

Larson began her profession in actual property as an agent at a big nationwide franchise in 2014. After constructing her personal group on the franchise, she got down to open a boutique agency in 2022, earlier than in the end deciding to align with the RE/MAX model.

“I do know this resolution will quick observe the expansion of the workplace and fill a nationwide voice right here in Yakima,” Larson stated.

RE/MAX The Collective will serve patrons and sellers all through Yakima, Ellensburg and Cle Elum and it’ll specialise in rural and residential properties in addition to giant agricultural farms.

Larson stated she is at present trying to develop the agency by bringing in additional actual property brokers.

Final week, California-based RE/MAX Correct, one other RE/MAX franchise affiliate, introduced that it had acquired All Nations Realty and Investments, an impartial brokerage in Rancho Cucamonga.