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Operations saw 447% deal growth in 2020
April 07, 2021 // Franchising.com // Dallas, TX — United® Real Estate-owned operations were recently recognized as the 8th largest residential real estate brokerage in the nation, ranked by number of transactions. The 2021 RISMedia Power Broker Report compares the nation’s top 1,000 real estate companies, ranked by number of residential transactions and volume of residential sales.
United have made the most impressive move up the big company rankings this year. The organization moved up the top 10 brokerage rankings, moving up 131 positions from 139th to 8th place in sales transactions and 14th in closed sales volume.
United attributes its growth to its proprietary cloud-based agent and broker productivity platform – Bullseye™, its innovative business model and its 100% commitment to the success of its agents and brokers. Enterprise-owned operations generated 27,292 transactions in 2020 compared to 4,987 in 2019, representing a 447% increase.
“Our agents are among the most resilient in the country. When the pandemic hit last year, they quickly pivoted their business to providing virtual client services enabled by our proprietary cloud-based agent and broker productivity platform – Bullseye,” said Dan Duffy, Managing Director of United Real Estate Group. “Not only have their sales increased, but their customers have also received exceptional virtual buying and selling experiences despite the challenges posed by COVID-19,” he added.
“Congratulations on achieving our 8th largest real estate brokerage in the country truly belongs to our agents, principal brokers and support staff. They collaborate, innovate and execute daily on our mission and vision that have created our unprecedented growth,” said Rick Haase, President of United Real Estate. “We’re in the turbulent waters of the real estate brokerage industry, but it’s the folks at United Real Estate who keep doing it. We are very proud of Team United!
SOURCE United Real Estate
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