United Real Estate celebrates opening of Scottsdale office

 

United® Real Estate, a fast-growing urban-centric real estate and franchise operation company, has announced the official opening of its Scottsdale franchise office.

The United Real Estate – Scottsdale franchise was purchased by Byron Short, who has been in the real estate industry for nearly a decade and will serves as the broker of the office.

United is expanding its agent-centric model to Scottsdale, allowing area agents to take advantage of United’s unique and disruptive full-service, 100-percent commission-based model. Agents are granted access to a plethora of marketing and technology tools, including customized agent websites, CRM platforms, as well as the most relevant performance-based agent training in the real estate industry, and access to a large national referral network.

“Combining the United Real Estate franchise model with Byron’s experience will provide an outstanding offering to agents and consumers alike,” said Peter Giese, president, United Real Estate.

“We are thrilled that over 50 agents have already joined United Real Estate Scottsdale and are certain Byron and his team will achieve unmatched levels of success in operating as an exclusive United Real Estate franchise partner in this market.

“Technology is an ever-moving target,” said Mr. Short, managing broker.

“Previously, as an independent, I had virtually no chance of keeping up with this ever-changing industry. Now that I’m a United franchise, I no longer worry about the technology solutions I can offer my agents.  United’s technology team is committed to developing innovative tools that we’ve been able to integrate easily into our office.”

The office is at 7450 E. Pinnacle Peak Road, Ste. 256, Scottsdale.

Agents interested in learning about career opportunities can contact 480-563-9511 or visit www.JoinUnitedRealEstateScottsdale.com.

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