Recently I traveled to Las Vegas to attend a conference for relocation. I know what you’re thinking; they have a conference for real estate and specifically relocation? Well they do and it’s a pretty big event. This conference is hosted by Leading RE. Leading RE is a broker to broker network comprised of the very best brokerages, in their respected communities, that we belong to. You can learn more about Leading RE here.
So the reason I bring this up is because we have some honors that we received at this event to share with you. We were up for two awards; the first one has to do with our conversion rate. This nomination goes to the brokerages with the best ratio of converted inbound referrals. Basically when we receive a client referral from our network of brokerages, we help their clients locally to buy or sell a home at a very successful rate. It was an honor to be nominated and be among such a prestigious group of brokerages; Hall and Hunter Realtors out of Michigan and Marx – Bensdorf Realtors in Tennessee to name a few. The best news is…(drum roll)… We Won! Yes, we won for best overall inbound conversion rate amongst some 500 brokerages!
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The next award we were nominated for was called the Crown of Excellence. This award goes to the brokerage with the best outbound AND inbound referral production, and the highest sales volume based on quantity of agents. This is the grand poobah of awards at this event and we were nominated! No, we didn’t end up taking this award home, but we were nominated as one of the best brokerages in the world and that is nothing to sneeze at. In the relocation industry, it’s actually top honors!
I’m proud to work hard for a company that has the very best agents in the Minneapolis/St Paul metro area, that can help their clients anywhere their real estate needs take them, and do so with exceptional service and results. Thank you Roger Fazendin agents and staff for helping make Roger Fazendin Realtors a leader in local real estate and a competitor in the global industry.