Net Promoter Score Results 2018: Agents Remain Positive About RE/MAX

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Loyalty, satisfaction and word-of-mouth impressions say a lot about a business. How do you measure that sort of mix? One way is through a metric called Net Promoter Score (NPS). It’s a simple survey – asking only one question – but the results are a powerful indicator of the state of a company.

This past spring, RE/MAX sent an NPS survey to agents in the U.S. The collective response painted a clear picture of RE/MAX and the section of the scale it inhabits.

With a score of 71, RE/MAX ranks alongside – and slightly above – contemporary leaders such as Southwest Airlines (62), Amazon (57) and American Express (52). Pretty good company, to say the least.

A simple but direct question

Determining an NPS starts with a straightforward question: On a scale of 0-10, how likely are you to recommend another real estate agent to join RE/MAX?

More than 23,000 Affiliates (10,000 more than the first year of the survey) offered a numerical answer, and here’s how NPS interprets those responses:
9s and 10s are considered to come from “Promoters” (eager to share their positive opinion)
7s and 8s are from “Passives” (positive, but slightly quieter about it)
6s and lower are considered to be from “Detractors

Subtract the percentage of Detractors from the percentage of Promoters, and you have the Net Promoter Score.

Look at the overall results and you have a good idea of how people are judging you. In the case of RE/MAX, the positive rankings – Passives and Promoters – totaled 91% in the U.S.

In the only element beyond the lone survey question, respondents are given the option to explain their assessment. Those comments can be instructive too because they can help companies shore up any gaps in service or perception. After all, Detractors can be turned into Promoters over time.

Office-level NPS feedback 

The survey generated responses from all parts of the country. Data at the local level is being shared with regional teams, which are each developing their own follow-up action plans. Offices with high scores will receive reinforcement that what they’re doing is working well. Offices with lower scores – there are far fewer of those – have the chance to turn difficult feedback into an opportunity for improvement. Either way, the NPS process is providing insight on a measurable, objective scale – along with a benchmark for future analysis.

For right now, the takeaway is as straightforward as the survey question itself: RE/MAX agents are thrilled to be RE/MAX agents – and happy to tell others about it.



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I would not count the six and below with the same weight as the seven and above. The six and below are not usually successful and rather than change they blame broker.

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