US_No1_Balloon_Logo_NobodySells_WebAccording to a recent study of real estate buyers and sellers, RE/MAX agents have sold more homes than than any competitor in the United States since 1997. In 2012, RE/MAX closed 25% more transactions than second-place Coldwell Banker.

  1. RE/MAX
  2. Coldwell Banker
  3. Keller Williams
  4. Century 21
  5. Prudential Real Estate

Nobody sells more real estate than RE/MAX in the world… now in 89 countries.

Remax countries

RE/MAX has the highest market share of listings sold in the 13-county Twin Cities area January-July 2013.

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71 of the the top 100 U.S. brokerages with agents buying and selling the most homes are RE/MAX.

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Sharlene Hensrud, RE/MAX Results RealtorEmailTwin Cities RE/MAX Realtor

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I love what I do! Highly insightful, analytical and creative, there is nothing I love more than helping you find the right solution for your real estate transition. My mission is to serve my clients with honesty and integrity, exceeding their expectations in service and support… and to help others by donating a portion of every transaction to Habitat for Humanity.

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