Career changers are welcome:
we’ll help you get started in the property sector
The information and application process: how to join RE/MAX.
It’s nice not having to go it alone when starting off on the path to independence. At RE/MAX, we will support you in one-to-one advisory sessions and the RE/MAX offices will help you meet specific requirements – for example the higher federal certificate of competence for the property sector required in the Canton of Ticino.
5 steps in the new chapter of your life
1. Free information event
Which opportunities will open up for you? How does RE/MAX’s system work? How high will your investment costs be? Find out more at one of our free (online) information events – no strings attached.Appointments and registration
2. Send in application documents
Does the idea of becoming a RE/MAX branch manager or estate agent feel right for you? Then send us an application. We look forward to hearing from you.Apply now
3. One-to-one careers and introductory consultations
We’ll arrange various consultations with you so that we can get to know each other better. These could be with specialists at RE/MAX Switzerland or a regional RE/MAX branch manager.Arrange an advisory session
4. Contract signing
Have you decided to start a career at RE/MAX and are all the details now clear? Then there’s nothing stopping you from signing a contract. We look forward to welcoming you soon.Learn more about RE/MAX
5. Get started at RE/MAX
Welcome to the RE/MAX community of property professionals! We wish you happiness and success in your future as branch managers and estate agents. First, you’ll graduate from our hands-on training programme at the RE/MAX Academy to equip you with the right skill set for your career.RE/MAX Academy
«Because I like people! As an estate agent, I get to know a very intimate part of a person’s life for a brief time: their home. I feel honoured and motivated to do my best by the trust placed in me by my customers in that moment.
Paul Stöckli, estate agent in Affoltern am Albis
«I was forced to change career and thought working as an estate agent looked very exciting. So I said to myself, “let’s try this out.” Since then, I’ve been a successful estate agent for 14 years and am very happy about the decision I made back then. »
Jürg Grünenfelder, branch manager in Glarus
«I wanted to break out of the role of employee and build something of my own. As an independent estate agent, it’s down to me to make something for myself and achieve something with my career.»
Daniel Maier, estate agent in Eglisau
«The independence was an exciting prospect to me. I’ve been working in sales, marketing and HR for 30 years and I’ve always been interested in the topic of “living”. This colourful combination is perfect for me! I can say that, career-wise, I’ve arrived.»
Corinne Lehmann, estate agent in Belp