Re/Max regional manager Dawn Brown remembers when she was a new agent, wet behind the ears in 1989. The bulk of agents she worked with tended to be mature then, and technology did not play much of a part in her induction to the industry. The agents she worked with then do not look like this anymore, she said. After all, all Realtors are not 56 years old.
- With more young agents joining the real estate industry, Re/Max Georgia has launched the franchise’s first Young Professionals Network group in Atlanta.
- New, younger agents are identifying real estate as a viable career with unlimited potential and good career pathways.
- Millennial agents are interested in community, charity and adventure-links in their lives and networking.
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