CHARLESTOWN – Randall, Realtors, a division of The Randall Family of Companies, announced Wednesday that the firm has established itself as a privately-owned, independent brokerage after operating as part of a franchise. The company’s growth to self-sufficient status is marked by a new alliance with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.
Leading Real Estate Companies of The World is an invite-only alliance that transacts more than $351 billion in sales annually. Membership will give Randall, Realtors’ agents access to the largest real estate network in the world, with 130,000 agents globally.
“Our affiliation with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World will provide our company with an international presence that is second to none,” said Douglas Randall, CEO of Randall, Realtors and The Randall Family of Companies. “The southern New England coastal market appeals to clients worldwide and now we will be able to share the attributes of this beautiful area using the tools and reach of the pre-eminent real estate network. We are honored to be associated with a resource that will provide so many benefits to our clients and agents.”
Randall, Realtors has invested in new technology to benefit its agents through the ProAdvantage agent tools platform, a suite of professional tools and resources through the company’s online dashboard, The Randall, Realtors Navigator. The portal will help agents maximize workflow productivity and real estate marketing.
“The real estate profession is changing at warp speed. We’ve invested heavily in technology to provide our agents with tools and resources that will provide their clients with the best and most efficient service possible,” Randall added.
To reflect the company’s transformation and growth, Randall, Realtors will rebrand with a new look, rolling out a series of new marketing efforts, signage and agent support materials.
In addition, the company plans to maintain its commitment to the environment with several green initiatives, including contracting with a regional recycling firm to responsibly remove and recycle its outdated materials.