Over 52 Remax agents receive training

Remax Malta co-owners Kevin Buttigieg and Jeffrey Buttigieg recently hosted an event at the Hilton Malta to congratulate their agents for successfully completing their mandatory training.

All Remax Malta agents attend two mandatory courses at the head office, located at the the Portomaso Marina in St Julian’s. These bespoke courses are designed to prepare new and experienced agents for careers with Remax.

“As a company we are proud to embody the highest standards of service, values, processes and ways of operating, all of which are closely monitored through tried-and-tested systems and ongoing research. It is essential for us that agents learn the ‘Remax way’ regardless of their experience in the field of real estate,” says Jeffrey Buttigieg, COO of Remax Malta.

The company is dedicated to investing in the well-being of its agents

Mr Buttigieg went on to say that the company is dedicated to investing in the well-being of its agents, particularly in their education, as well as in technology and infrastructure. “Of course, this also ensures we can deliver the most professional service possible to our clients, which both meets and exceeds the expectations they have of our international brand.

“With this in mind, the courses our agents attend cover myriad subjects that assist them in delivering a first-class service to buyers and sellers, rather than focusing purely on selling property. We continue to improve our consumer experience through relentless investment carried out on a quarterly basis,” he concluded.  

Meanwhile, Kevin Buttigieg, CEO of Remax Malta, said: “Recognising achievements is such an important part of our culture and we are proud of all the agents who have completed this training. It is thanks to the academy managers who prepare the trainees, and to Paul Vincenti, our regional trainer, who continues to surpass expectations as our coach and is an international role model for Malta.”

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