RE/MAX Australia Director Chris Chapman recently returned from Bangkok, the location of the first RE/MAX Asia Pacific Convention post -COVID.
Real estate business owners and agents from across the 19 regions making up the Asia Pacific region for RE/MAX travelled to the event.
“There were real estate specialists from all over, talking about trends and prospects of the global real estate market, real estate systems in their perspective regions and investment opportunities,” he said, “and the convention lived up to its promise of being a dynamic business platform for agents, developers and real estate service companies to expand their business in other Asia Pacific countries.”
He said having RE/MAX Living’s broker owner Kathy Sweeney as an invited speaker was recognition of RE/MAX Australia’s leadership in the Asia Pacific region.
“There is nothing like a real estate event to make you return home all charged up and ready to put your new insights, new ideas and new relationships to work for your business.”
With more than 140,000 agents in more than 110 countries and territories, no other real estate brand matches RE/MAX’s global footprint.
Nineteen regions currently make up the RE/MAX Asia Pacific network. They are Australia, New Zealand, China, Fiji, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Palau, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Uzbekistan.
The first Asia Pacific Convention was held in 2015 in Singapore. Australia hosted the event in 2017.
Anyone interested in hearing more about global opportunities to reach property investors can reach out to RE/MAX offices. Visit https://www.remax.com.au/
Lyn Cox, Public Relations, RE/MAX Australia M. +61 418 793 096
About RE/MAX: RE/MAX was founded in 1973 with an innovative, entrepreneurial culture affording its agents and franchisees the flexibility to operate their businesses with great independence. Today the global network has more than 140,000 agents and is in more than 110 countries and territories.