More progress came in the early 2000s. The network launched a luxury homes division
and RSN evolved into RE/MAX University. The pace of international growth quickened
especially in South America. Unfortunately, the U.S. housing collapse and global
economic crisis that began in 2007 took the real estate industry into its most challenging
period in decades. Not surprisingly, Dave Liniger and other RE/MAX leaders aggressively
Today, the RE/MAX network has over 96,000 agents and 6,200 offices in more than
95 countries. RE/MAX China is among the newest regions, and it will take RE/MAX
into an exciting new frontier. The global.remax.com property search site has helped
connect this powerhouse network even more closely, offering buyers a central place
to search for listings in dozens of countries, in their own language and currency.
For many reasons, RE/MAX is viewed as the No. 1 brand in real estate.
RE/MAX enjoys a top position in a very competitive landscape. And with innovative
technology such as the redesigned remax.com, the RE/MAX Mobile Suite, the new MyRU
eLearning platform, and the new RE/MAX Commercial website, the network continues
to break barriers and stay ahead of ongoing trends. That's been an enduring theme
throughout the network's history which reached 40 years in 2013.