Local real estate agency RE/MAX Malta announced that the internationally successful RE/MAX University is set to become available to its real estate professionals.
RE/MAX University is an online e-learning platform which allows registered Agents and Managers to access valuable educational resources through new, intuitive technology.
“With a blended and flexible approach to learning, RE/MAX University puts agents in control of when, where, what and how they learn,” RE/MAX Malta Regional Trainer and HR Manager Lawrence Kelly said.
“The new RE/MAX University intuitive search engine makes it easy for them to find what they’re looking for by topic or description. Like never before, they are in the driver’s seat when it comes to building their business and sharpening their skills in the areas they find most important,” he continued.
RE/MAX University uses artificial intelligence to recommend courses, tools, and materials based on each affiliate’s learning interests, such as marketing their expertise, generating and handling leads, commercial real estate, or caring for buyers and sellers or landlords and tenants.
Meanwhile, enhancements advance the strong educational foundation already available across both RE/MAX Malta Sales and Lettings through the in-house Academy, so that agents and managers can lean into the power of the RE/MAX University to supplement their training and education.
“At RE/MAX Malta, we believe the more you learn, the more you earn – and RE/MAX University puts the tools at the fingertips of property professionals to help power their careers,” Mr Kelly concluded.
In-house coach Mark Ellul will be joining Mr Kelly in helping Agents boost their careers ever further with various sales coaching courses, promoting a culture of continuous learning and improvement that is the signature of the RE/MAX brand.
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