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More real estate agents are switching brokerages: Relitix

Housing Wire

With market uncertainty, real estate agents had been sticking with their current brokerage., According to Relitix’s Agent Movement Index continues to rise on a seasonally adjusted basis as agents begin switching brokerages at a faster rate than 2023. but that’s all starting to change.

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Unexpected trends in real estate agent dynamics

Housing Wire

Relitix’s latest release of the Agent Movement Index (AMI) for April 2024 reveals a surprising shift in the dynamics of real estate agents , indicating potential changes in market conditions and strategies among brokerages. The propensity for agents to move has been increasing since early fall of 2023.

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Real estate agents continue to change brokerages: Relitix

Housing Wire

Relitix’s Agent Movement Index continues to rise on a seasonally adjusted basis as real estate agents continue the trend of switching brokerages at a faster rate than 2023. Additionally, the drop in active agent count, representing those agents with a closing in the last 12 months, has been halted.

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2024 will see increased real estate agent mobility: Relitix

Housing Wire

After a multi-year decline in agent movement between brokerages , Relitix ’s Agent Movement Index shows a clear bottoming out in early fall of 2023 and increased real estate agent mobility as we move into 2024. “We Agents will begin moving more between brokerages in 2024 as the market begins to normalize.

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Real estate agents are staying put: Relitix

Housing Wire

Real estate agents are moving much less between brokerages than the post-pandemic peak seen in the summer of 2021, Relitix’s inaugural Agent Movement Index shows. Agents are reacting to an uncertain market by staying put in larger numbers,” according to Relitix Founder and President Rob Keefe.

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Relitix’s Agent Movement Index shows continued real estate agent recruiting slowdown

Housing Wire

Real estate agents are continuing to stay put, moving much less between brokerages than the post- pandemic peak seen in the summer of 2021, according to the latest Relitix Agent Movement Index. The agent movement reflects the relative mobility of experienced agents between brokerages.

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Subtle shifts in real estate agent dynamics in March: Relitix

Housing Wire

Moreover, the AMI reveals an upward trend in agents switching between brokerages, though the expected peak for March fell short of previous highs, the overall trend continues generally upward. The agent movement reflects the relative mobility of experienced agents between brokerages.