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BELLINGHAM, WA–(Marketwired – June 20, 2016) – eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:EXPI), today announced that subsidiary eXp Realty, the Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage, has been named among the best places to work by both The Washington Post and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
“This is a tremendous honor for the agent-owners who are on our team,” said David Harbour who has been leading the Washington, DC metro region for eXp since 2011. “This award speaks to the collaborative, engaging and rewarding environment of our company, not just here but in and across all eXp markets.”
The Top Workplaces are determined based on the feedback of workplace members. The surveys were conducted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Washington Post, and their partner, Workplace Dynamics. eXp Realty was named the 20th best workplace overall in their category in The Washington Post survey and 12th out of 165 honorees in Atlanta. This is the second consecutive year in which eXp Realty has been recognized as one of the best places to work in Atlanta.
“Our agent-owners are excelling with eXp Realty in Atlanta,” said eXp Realty Managing Broker in Georgia, Ian Marshall. “In the past two and one-half years we have introduced a new company, concept and brand into the Atlanta market; have added more than 100 real estate professionals to our team; and, are closing in on 1,000 homes sold. eXp Realty agent-owners encourage and support the achievements of their fellow shareholders, not just in Georgia but across all eXp markets in the United States and Canada, and the achievements of the Company. We are grateful for the recognition and we’re excited about where we are and what lies ahead.”
About eXp World Holdings, Inc.
eXp World Holdings, Inc. is the holding company for a number of companies most notably eXp Realty LLC, the Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage™ as a full-service real estate brokerage providing 24/7 access to collaborative tools, training, and socialization for real estate brokers and agents through its 3-D, fully-immersive, cloud office environment. eXp Realty, LLC and eXp Realty of Canada, Inc. also feature an aggressive revenue sharing program that pays agents a percentage of gross commission income earned by fellow real estate professionals who they attract into the Company.
eXp World Holdings, Inc. also owns 89.4% of First Cloud Mortgage, Inc. a Delaware corporation launched in 2015 and now licensed to originate mortgages in Arizona, California, and New Mexico. First Cloud Mortgage has positioned itself as a Planet Friendly Mortgage Company via the purchase of carbon offsets for homeowners offsetting the first year of the Carbon Footprint of the typical home on each mortgage originated through First Cloud Mortgage, Inc.
As a publicly-traded company, eXp World Holdings, Inc. uniquely offers professionals within its ranks opportunities to earn equity awards for production and contributions to overall company growth.
For more information you can follow eXp World Holdings, Inc. on Twitter, LinkedIn,Facebook, YouTube, or visit eXpWorldHoldings.com. For eXp Realty please visit:eXpRealty.com and for First Cloud Mortgage, Inc. check out FirstCloudMortgage.com.
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