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Miami’s Re/Max Advance Realty recognized for its production, donations

Brokerage closed roughly $485 million in volume last year
  • Brokerage is the top listing office for a number of Miami submarkets including Kendall, southwest Miami and Cutler Bay.
  • RMA only adds several brokers a year to its team, and those brokers tend to be already-established in the community.
  • Miami's supply of luxury home is on the rise.

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One of Miami’s top producing brokerages, Re/Max Advance Realty (RMA) was recently named ChamberSOUTH’s 2016 “Business Champion,” an award that recognizes outstanding business achievement. The 168-agent brokerage entered this year having closed more than $485 million in sales volume during 2015, making the firm the fifth top-producing brokerage in Florida and the 461st most productive in the nation. That volume was spread between 1,762 transactions. One of its agents, South Miami-based Janet Medina, closed more than $53 million last year, while the brokerage’s Fred Viener Team completed 116 transactions in 2015, according to data from Real Trends. “We only take producers, not beginners,” said Anthony Askowitz, broker/owner of RMA, adding the brokerage’s production ceiling is high, which serves as motivation to all its agents. “If you play at a high level you want to attain that (ceiling).” Size limits at Re/Max Advance Realty Unlike some nearby brokera...