Frequently Asked Questions

What qualities are important for new franchisees to have?

Our franchisees range from investors looking for growth opportunities to those who have been in the real estate industry for decades. We’re looking for people who are interested in operating a high-growth franchise in the real estate industry. Recruiting and retaining area agents will be crucial to brokerage success.

Do you offer training to new franchises?

Yes – United Real Estate provides training orientation to new franchises. We also have a specialized department that offers almost daily training sessions on everything from optimizing agent websites to building stronger client relationships.

How much field support will my team and I have once we’re established and in operation?

Committed to backing our tagline, ‘True, Responsive Experiences,’ we’re committed to supporting all of our agents and brokerages with around the clock support. Once you’re part of the team, you’ll have access to a variety of methods that can be used to reach the support team – from web chat to business planning sessions.

How much marketing support can I expect?

United Real Estate offers everything from agent websites and SEO training webinars to postcard templates and listing presentations. Our agent intranet has a variety of tools to help agents and brokers brand their office appropriately.

Enhanced Marketing Solutions (EMS) is wholly-owned – subsidiary of United Real Estate and United Country Real Estate – offering custom designs and campaign development for our brokerages and agents. Visit www.EnhancedMarketing.net for more information.

Can I expand my franchise to include multiple offices?

United Real Estate encourages successful franchises to expand and grow their offices. Many owners decide to expand their territory or open additional offices after they’ve achieved success with their first office.

Why should I convert to a United Real Estate office?

United Real Estate offers everything that agents and brokers have been yearning for. No royalties, protected territories, marketing and technology solutions plus the strength of a national brand, all backed by an 90-year legacy in the real estate environment.

United has also addressed issues many brokers have not contemplated that will directly impact their ability to compete over the next decade.

What types of firms would be best suited for a conversion?

From traditional agencies to boutique firms, brokerages and agents from all different backgrounds join United Real Estate. The most successful agents and brokers have an entrepreneurial mindset and are interested in building their own business, without the restrictions that traditional agencies require.

How will a transition affect my agents?

United Real Estate is in the business of serving agents and brokers. Through the orientation process, we try to make brokerage transitions as simple as possible. We strive to retain all of your agents so they can continue to serve the clients who have relied on them over the years. We work together to achieve both client and employee satisfaction.

How do I get started if I am interested in learning more?

Contact Orlando Pedrero, Executive Vice President of Franchise Development at 800-438-8197 or by email at opedrero@unitedrealestate.com.

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