Collection celebrates anniversary of Re/Max website launch

July 4, 2014

The RE/MAX Collection is celebrating the anniversary of its elite luxury resource website,

The standalone site features fine home listings priced two times above the local average in cities throughout the United  States.

“Affluent sellers and buyers have special needs. They are accustomed to being represented by real estate professionals who have an incredibly high level of expertise and knowledge, and understanding of luxury market trends,” said Nora Martin, broker of record of RE/MAX Realty Group Rehoboth.

The RE/MAX Collection website gives associates an additional platform to showcase their well-appointed homes and properties. Since its inception, the site has showcased some of the country’s most beautiful residences.

Additional benefits to real estate agents and sellers listed on include exposure on the websites of The Wall Street Journal and Bank of America Real Estate Center,  and a valuable weekly snapshot of the top of the national real estate market via the ILHM National Luxury Market Report, empowering site visitors with the latest industry data and convenient market trends.

The RE/MAX Collection features a distinctive onyx-and-silver logo and provides specially designed tools for RE/MAX agents who represent affluent home buyers and sellers.

The marketing program’s exclusive website features nearly 15,000 high-end listings. Active home listings by RE/MAX Associates on that meet or exceed the two times average prerequisite are automatically listed on

RE/MAX luxury specialists have access to world-class tools and education, such as the Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation, as well as targeted publications, such as the nationally distributed RE/MAX Collection Magazine and luxury-home magazines such as Unique Homes, duPont Registry and The Wall Street Journal.

For more information about RE/MAX, to search home listings or find a certified  luxury home market agent, contact RE/MAX Realty Group Rehoboth at 302-227-4800 or go to

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