The best way to monitor the market is to understand the trends. The charts below represents single family home sales for Q1 2018 VS. 2019. For home sales comparisons in other towns please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re proud to announce that Real Trends has named Compass the #1 Independent real estate brokerage and the #3 overall brokerage by sales volume in the US! We’re honored to live out the Compass mission daily alongside entrepreneurial agents and employees across the country.
Compass, the real estate tech platform that is now worth $4.4 billion, has made an acquisition to give its agents a boost when it comes to looking for good leads on properties to sell. It is acquiring Contactually, an AI-based CRM platform designed specifically for the industry, which includes features like linking up a list of homes sold by a brokerage with records of sales in the area and other property indexes to determine which properties might be good targets to tap for future listings.
Contactually had already been powering Compass’s own CRM service that it launched last year, so there is already a degree of integration between the two.
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The best way to monitor the market is to understand the trends. The charts below represents single family home sales year over year. For home sales comparisons in other towns please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Compass covers the upfront cost of select services that can increase your home’s selling price. From deep-cleaning to cosmetic renovations, we’ll work together to elevate your home’s value and create a tailored plan to maximize its potential on the market.
Services may include:
Staging | Deep-cleaning | Landscaping | Painting Organizing | Decluttering | Cosmetic renovations
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By: Ellen Paris
Compass, founded in 2012, the country’s fastest-growing luxury real estate technology brokerage company is quickly dominating the luxury turf in 80 cities around the country. Today Compass has 165 offices with 7000 agents in 13 states and over 1,000 employees.
Compass’ business model--“a national network of local experts,” has attracted investment capital from Softbank, Fidelity, Wellington Management, Goldman Sachs, IVP, Advance Publications, Founders Fund, Kenneth Chenault, chairman and CEO of American Express, Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce and LeFrak.
When Compass held it’s 2018 All Team Retreat in Los Angeles in late November 2000 Compass agents and employees filled the Orpheum Theatre where Compass Founder & CEO Robert Reffkin spread the Compass 2020 Vision. The plan--20% market share in the top 20 cities by 2020.
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By Joanne Kaufman
With the real estate market sluggish, a little decluttering won’t be enough to sell your home. Time to turn the space into a showroom.
John and Molly Cesarz have three young sons and an insufficient number of bedrooms to go around. This past August, they decided it was time to put their Upper East Side co-op on the market.
Martin Eiden, an associate broker at Compass Real Estate, laid things out for his clients. To ready the apartment for its close-up, the two bedrooms as well as some cabinets would have to be painted, and all the family photographs on display tucked away.
The couple, who were preparing to close on a four-bedroom co-op nearby but would have to remain in their apartment for a few months, had fully expected such diktats and nodded agreeably.
But Mr. Eiden wasn’t finished.
He also wanted to rearrange some furniture and temporarily replace several pieces with things he believed would make the space more pleasing to prospective buyers. The list included lamps, a sofa, an area rug, plants and assorted knickknacks.
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Compass lands the No. 1 spot on The Boston Globe's list of top large companies in Massachusetts to work at! Proud to be part of a fast-growing real estate company with a culture designed around collaboration, change, and continuous opportunities for growth.
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