United Real Estate’s Dallas office has significantly exceeded the local marketplace growth year-over-year. As the economy continues to recover, it has become more of a seller’s market. September year-over-year closed transactions are up almost 11% in the Dallas/Fort Worth marketplace. With limited inventory, sale prices are appreciating and the number of days a listing is on the market is showing a downward trend.
United | Dallas closed 369 transactions in September experiencing an up-tick of 114.5% year-over-year outperforming the marketplace by 103%. This significant growth and success is attributed to their tremendous recruiting efforts in conjunction with United’s highly-sought after flat-fee and full-brokerage support model. This full-service model allows Agents at any point in their career to have the opportunity to grow their business and succeed.
“United Real Estate gives our Agents the tools necessary to succeed with less fees to pay out-of-pocket with each transaction,” said Nick Bristow, managing broker of United | Dallas. “We’ve been faced with limited inventory and United’s flat-fee model allows our Agents to thrive. We couldn’t be more proud of our Agents.”
“This is truly a noteworthy accomplishment and I am extremely pleased to see our entire Dallas team enjoy this kind of success as we deliver on our mission of changing the financial trajectory of our Agents’ careers,” said Rick Haase, president of United Real Estate.
Agents interested in learning about career opportunities can contact United Real Estate | Dallas at 972-372-0590 or visit JoinUnitedRealEstateDallas.com.
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A Closer Look at United Real Estate
United Real Estate – a division of United Real Estate Group – was founded with the purpose of offering solutions to the challenges facing agents in the residential real estate brokerage industry. Providing the latest training, marketing and technology tools to both agents and brokers under a 100-percent commission strategy, United Real Estate makes it more profitable for an agent to sell real estate and for real estate brokers to leverage a complete system to better grow a successful, thriving real estate brokerage. United Real Estate has locations in 23 states with more than 85 offices and over 5,300 agents.