In every decade since 1970, the real estate brokerage industry is disrupted by a new business model which dramatically reallocates how market share is divided among the competitors. In each case, the new disruptive model has succeeded in overtaking the leading national real estate companies in number of total agents and number of transactions closed. Each disruptive model has succeeded by offering a similar value package of services to the agent but with an incremental positive change to the net earned commissions to the agents.
United Real Estate doesn’t believe incremental changes are what the real estate industry needs. Lasting change is required today to remain relevant in the decades to come.
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