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Press mentions and news items about ReferralExchange.

ReferralExchange was featured on Forbes. As an agent, referrals you receive are a key barometer of your success, and the number of referrals you send and receive can turn a good year into a great year. Unfortunately, many agents don’t track their referral sources — nor do they actively include generating more referrals into their regular business and marketing planning. Based on our proven track record at ReferralExchange, below are five ways to identify and grow your referral business.”

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San Francisco, CA, April 27, 2018 — ReferralExchange, the leader in agent-to-agent real estate referrals, today announces the appointment of Myron Lo as Chief Strategy Officer to lead business development and strategy for the company. “Myron has been instrumental in increasing our footprint in the industry and fostering the key relationships behind our new opportunities,” added Scott Olsen, CEO of ReferralExchange. “Our strategy of combining operations, tech and data to drive agent network performance and customer satisfaction has given us a great platform and Myron will help continue to help us capitalize on that success.”

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ReferralExchange was featured on Inman News“Inman Group® announced 34 companies that will be sponsoring Inman Connect in San Francisco, July 17 – 20, 2018. With new imperatives and a changing technological landscape, some 4,000 growth-minded real estate professionals will convene in San Francisco for education and engagement, and to elevate the industry as a whole. The sponsors and exhibitors that join them offer product demos, learning labs and solutions that can help them achieve their goals.”

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ReferralExchange was featured on Inman News. In an age of abundant leads, an increasing number of real estate agents need better ways to mine more business from the leads, contacts and referrals they already have. But sometimes agents don’t maximize their referral and excess-lead opportunities because they don’t want to hassle with finding a suitable referral partner, tracking the connection to ensure things go smoothly and following up so they get paid. This is the whole point behind ReferralExchange, a service that matches agents’ referrals and excess leads with vetted, high-quality agents across the U.S. based on a location, price point, sophisticated, data science-powered algorithms and additional factors that agents can specify.”

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ReferralExchange was featured on Forbes “To borrow from Jim Rohn, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” Squad members can change over time, especially if you move on to new industries or roles, but it’s important to have the following people around if you want to maximize your growth and impact on your chosen career in real estate — or any other industry.”

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ReferralExchange was featured on Inman News. “Real estate agents earned a median number of nine referrals in 2017, up from six in 2016, according to the second annual study on the “agent-to-agent referral economy” conducted by 1000watt on behalf of ReferralExchange. Moreover, the research revealed 42 percent of agents earned $10,000 to $50,000 in referral fees over the course of the year.”

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ReferralExchange was featured on Realtor Magazine. “If a real estate professional is unable to assist a client in buying or selling, finding a referral can still help their client and earn them a commission too. Forty-two percent of real estate professionals say they earned between $10,000 to $50,000 from fees for referrals last year, according to The Agent-to-Agent Real Estate Referral Economy 2018, released by ReferralExchange, a referral service.”

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ReferralExchange was featured on The Registry. “How are real estate agents around the country serving their client base while building their referral business? The second annual study from ReferralExchange, the leading referral network for real estate agents in the U.S. shows that referrals are important for their monetary value and are also a vital part of maintaining contact and service with past and current clients.”

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