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CENTURY 21 Scheetz partnership grows Indiana marketshare

Merger increases Indiana marketshare for C21 Scheetz

Century 21 Real Estate LLC’s fifth largest U.S. franchise and the CENTURY 21 Brand’s largest company in Indiana, CENTURY 21 Scheetz, has partnered with CENTURY 21 Rasmussen Co., Inc., a Carmel, Indiana-based brokerage.

C21 Scheetz is ranking No. 137 by transaction sides and No. 184 by volume in the 2021 RealTrends 500. By joining forces, CENTURY 21 Scheetz increases its market share throughout the Hoosier state.

“Growth is certainly one of the most important things we focus on, but even more important is the quality of the companies we affiliate, like Rasmussen, who choose to remain affiliated with our brand,” said Michael Miedler, president and chief executive officer of Century 21 Real Estate LLC.  “Our industry-leading focus on the consumer experience and delivering personalized outcomes are gaining in relevance as industry professionals and consumers respond favorably to our growing momentum here in the U.S. and around the world.”

“From the first day I started my company, I created an office environment of independence and professionalism and held my team of agents accountable to going above and beyond and giving 121% to their clients,” added Rasmussen.  “Our plans are to build on the successes we’ve had over the years helping our clients get to the real estate outcomes they desired. We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Tracy, Mick and the entire team at CENTURY 21 Scheetz.”

CENTURY 21 Scheetz now consists of approximately 400 relentless sales professionals in nine offices in Indianapolis, Avon, Bloomington, Carmel, Fishers, Greenwood, Zionsville and a Commercial office serving Indiana.  

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