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That’s wisdom Ryan O’Neill can agree with. In 2012, he was the RE/MAX system’s No. 1 Team Leader worldwide for transaction sides. O’Neill, 38, represents the next generation of RE/MAX agents: young, tech-savvy, and as driven and passionate as their predecessors.

Like Bardagi, Coveny and thousands of other RE/MAX top producers, O’Neill uses the tools—, LeadStreet (a management system for free leads), RE/MAX University, etc.—and forges his own destiny.

“What I love about RE/MAX is that you’re in charge of your own value proposition,” says O’Neill, who leads the 50-agent real estate team with RE/MAX Advantage Plus in Lakeville, Minn. “I offer an environment that fosters happiness, rewarding work, and the ability to generate new leads and business. The market is always evolving, so we have to work hard to stay ahead of what’s going on.”

O’Neill’s market didn’t experience the crash other metro areas did across the U.S., but low inventory and strong buyer demand is creating a different kind of challenge for his team members. Being with RE/MAX reinforces their credibility with consumers and instills confidence in their ability to overcome any obstacle.

It’s really no secret why agents like O’Neill are successful at RE/MAX. They have the drive to go the extra mile, and they’re willing to work hard and do whatever it takes to make their clients happy.

At RE/MAX, they’re in control of their results—and that’s just the way they like it.

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