Surround yourself with great people.

Real estate is a people business.

Successful brokers understand that attracting, recruiting, training, and retaining top talent is one of the biggest challenges.

(They don't just understand it, they create opportunities to make it happen.)


 

The quality of agents we attract has been remarkable. To me that just proves that our culture and value proposition are attracting strong, next-generation talent – and that’s the greatest affirmation.

Erik Berg, License Partner
Engel & Völkers Aspen

 

 

The real estate industry becomes more global-minded every day, presenting new dimensions and needs when it comes to talent.

“We serve Aspen, Colorado and its surrounding areas, which is an international marketplace, so it’s essential to be associated with a brand that’s truly global. Agents are attracted to our global presence, refined aesthetic and vibrant story. It’s not just quantity. The quality of agents we attract has been remarkable. To me that just proves that our culture and value proposition are attracting strong, next-generation talent – and that’s the greatest affirmation.”

 

Leading by example

Everyone at Engel & Völkers is driven by an ethos of leadership.

 

The accessibility of our leadership and network is unlike anything I’ve experienced before. Egos are checked at the door, and we all collaborate for the strength of our business and network as a whole.

Greg Carros, License Partner
Engel & Völkers Vancouver

 


 

Recruiting data and insights

Recruiting is always a top challenge. The right agents are key to a successful real estate business. We surveyed over 500 residential agents to assess points of satisfaction and motivations for making moves.

State of Real Estate Recruiting Insight Report →