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ReferralExchange was featured in RISMedia. “There’s no way around it, supporting a college student can be very expensive. Food, books, and most importantly, housing — all add a hefty expense on top of tuition. That’s why the idea of purchasing a property for a college student can be a good investment strategy for families and an alternative to paying rent for four years. If you have clients with children going off to college, use this list to help them weigh the financial pros and cons of buying their college student an off-campus home.”

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We had a great time at Inman Connect San Francisco last week. It was especially fun seeing a few of our agents including Elizabeth Russo, Nicole Beauchamp, David Palma and Tracey Kroot. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth and joined us at the Power of Partnerships event – and thank you Inman for another great event!

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Giveback Homes, the premier real estate platform and community for social good, announced a new partnership with real estate referral network, ReferralExchange. Current Giveback Homes member agents will receive a ReferralExchange submit license. ReferralExchange will also donate $100 for every closed agent-to-agent referral, up to $20,000. The goal is to raise enough money to host a Habitat for Humanity Build Day in Sacramento and build 3 houses internationally.

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ReferralExchange was featured in RIS Media“We recently had a client who was looking to relocate, and we got a call one day that she was about to board a flight to go look for homes in New York,” recalls Pat. “She wanted to meet a top agent as soon as the plane landed so she could get out into the market immediately. Thanks to ReferralExchange, our client was met by a qualified agent who was among the best in the market, and after locating the perfect community, they closed the deal.”

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