Jamison Named RE/MAX NY Region Director
Real Estate In-Depth | November 2016
DENVER—RE/MAX, LLC, announced that Sandy Jamison has been promoted to Director, Region Development, for the global real estate franchisor’s New York region. Jamison previously worked with the region as a Franchise Development Consultant.
In her new managerial role, Jamison is tasked with building meaningful relationships with the numerous brokers in the New York region and as well as promote RE/MAX initiatives and goals. She also will manage region market share and agent growth, renewals, execution of regional events, training sessions and meetings and be the liaison between the regional staff and Region Vice President, New York, Terri Bohannon.
Jamison began her RE/MAX career in 2011 after successfully co-owning a fix-and-freeze meals franchise and working in franchise sales for a multi-franchise consulting company. In her most recent role as Franchise Development Consultant for the New York Region, Jamison was the primary link between RE/MAX franchises in the state and RE/MAX world headquarters in Denver. She performed comprehensive business consulting services with the franchises, performed contract management and compliance, identified franchise sales opportunities and developed and executed recruiting, retention and market share growth strategies.
RE/MAX announced in February 2016 that it had entered into an agreement to reacquire the Master Franchise for the state of New York. Pierre Titley, owner of RE/MAX of New York since 1987, transferred ownership of the region but remains the owner of RE/MAX Quebec. Currently, the region includes more than 850 agents and nearly 60 independently owned and operated RE/MAX offices from Brooklyn to Buffalo.
RE/MAX New York became the 12th company-owned region in the U.S. to be reacquired since the Central Atlantic and Southwest regions were purchased in 2013. RE/MAX announced earlier this month that it signed an agreement to purchase the Master Franchise for the state of New Jersey from RE/MAX of New Jersey, Inc.