United Country Real Estate
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United Country Real Estate Overview
United Country Real Estate, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, is the only national franchise system specializing in residential, farms, ranches, commercial and recreational properties for sale throughout the small towns and cities of rural America.
When you join our family of more than 700 offices you profit from nationwide advertising of your listings and an average of over 75 corporate-generated, no-fee buyer leads per week. It all adds up to a unique Real Estate Franchise value fine tuned since 1925.
United Country's offices operate where there's nothing to hold them back. No wonder we achieve 99 percent affiliate satisfaction 1, have realized explosive growth for decades, and are ranked as a top 1% franchise system.
United Country Real Estate History
With a heritage dating back to 1925, Roscoe L. Chamberlain founded United Farm Agency and opened the first office in Fayetteville, AR. His unique concept was to provide people in urban and suburban areas with a "roadmap to the country" in order to lure them to desirable properties in rural America. In 1928, the company produced the very first catalog ever used in real estate marketing. Today, the original 1928 edition is housed in the Smithsonian Institute and has remained in continuous publication, with its 75th Anniversary Edition released in 2003. United Farm Agency was sold in 1984 and renamed United National Real Estate. In 1990, First Horizon Corporation was formed to purchase the assets of United National and in 1997 it was renamed United Country Real Estate.
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