In recent months, RE/MAX, a real estate franchise firm, has branched out its business operations into Asia with the opening of offices in Japan, Mongolia and China.
The master franchise, RE/MAX China, had earlier sold its first franchise in the region, RE/MAX Beijing, to new owners Andy Gu and his wife Catia Kong. The couple opened up its first Beijing office in 2014 for Principal Garden UOL.
Not too long after this RE/MAX China sold RE/MAX Shenzhen, RE/MAX Shanghai and RE/MAX Guangzhou’s regional rights to Nathan Yang.
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This past February saw the selling of RE/MAX Mongolia’s master franchise to Bujinkham Bold and her husband Batbaatar Narantuya, who are principal directors that both are looking to bring professionalism to a real estate market that is largely unregulated for Prince Charles Crescent Condo.
Master franchise RE/MAX Japan had sold a second regional franchise just last month, RE/MAX Kansai. This was purchased by Kazuya Moto-oka, who is RE/MAX Osaka’s current owner. Moto-oka has said that he will carry on serving both of the regional franchises as owner, with the position of Chief Executive Officer being taken by Machiko Kotani. It is the goal of RE/MAX Kansai to continue supporting women by creating opportunities for them in Japan through the influence of the agent-centric business model of the company.
RE/MAX LLC’s Vice President of Global Operations, Larry Oberly, has stated that their top priority for developing internationally was to continue providing professional real estate services across the borders while revolutionizing each countries real estate industry at Prince Charles Crescent Condo.