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RE/MAX recognise leaders at R4, Las Vegas

Twenty-eight Australian and New Zealand RE/MAX members last month travelled to Las Vegas for the 47th annual R4 Convention.

Offering the opportunity to rub shoulders with thousands of the network’s agents, owners and affiliates the agents, the convention also saw numerous Australian and New Zealand teams recognised with awards.

RE/MAX Australia’s Daniel Burrett from Toowoomba was named as the 2019 RE/MAX Global Manager of the Year and while Mr Burrett wasn’t able to attend the convention this year, he said he was honoured to be the recipient of this award and be recognised among top professionals from around the world.

Releasing its International Top 100 ranking for January to December 2019, RE/MAX Australia and New Zealand teams and individuals were recognised in the top ranks globally (these exclude U.S. and Canada).

New Zealand delegate Don Ha ranked highly among the global network rankings, being awarded #2 global residential team leader, and accepting the award for #2 ranking for a global residential team, for Don Ha Property Sales team.

RE/MAX Australia and New Zealand had a total of 38 entries in the Top 100 globally, and celebrated delegates Jacob Secco, Ray Murphy, and Don Ha, recognised for each of their teams’ rankings throughout 2019.

Deepen Khagram and Don Ha were also acknowledged for their individual rankings at the convention.

RE/MAX celebrated the achievements of 14 of the Australian and New Zealand delegates receiving club awards at the convention: Don Ha, Rob Levy, David Cotterill, Jacob Secco, Ray Murphy, Deepen Khagram, Kevin Brown, Darren Lewis-Date, Gary Klein, Nola Kloppers, Ben Kloppers, Danny Woolbank, Tracy Corneal, and Donna Whyllie.

RE/MAX Australia and New Zealand Managing Director, Michael Davoren said it was exciting to have many Australian and New Zealand delegates collect awards.

“There were others from our Australian and New Zealand networks who couldn’t be there on stage in Las Vegas to collect their awards. We acknowledge all these truly remarkable entrepreneurs.”

RE/MAX Australia’s Dave Neilson was named in the top 10 global team leaders – residential, and Todd Gerhardt, Stuart Legg and RE/MAX New Zealand’s Jeremy Crosland were among the top 100 global individuals – residential.

A further six New Zealand teams were ranked among the top 100 global teams – residential, along with 23 Australian teams.

Deepen Khagram and Geoff Esdale were both ranked among the top 20 global individuals – commercial, with Kris Sonter joining them among the top 100 rankings.

Mr Esdale and Mr Khagram were both recognised in the top 100 worldwide individuals – commercial.

Transformation, kindness and productivity were on display at the opener, which encouraged the 6000 plus crowd at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino to continue to help transform lives.

Mr Davoren said the R4 convention gave attendees the opportunity to network, learn from industry leaders and work on professional growth, as well as celebrate the achievements of the network.

The theme of transformation continued to guide attendees of the event over the following days.

The R4 program featured network and industry updates affecting agents and consumers internationally and included speakers from some of RE/MAX Australia’s members.

Wynnum’s Rob Levy joined a panel on stage talking all things video and marketing and Justin Miller from Robina on the Gold Coast presented an education session, sharing his expertise on what it takes to establish a successful property management business.

“RE/MAX CEO Adam Contos shared that RE/MAX has grown to more than 130,000 agents worldwide, which is the most in the company’s history. This transformation solidifies that that RE/MAX leads the industry because of its people,” Mr Davoren said.

“Nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX and as a brand we keep evolving to enhance our advantages to meet the needs of our agents, business owners and consumers.”

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