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Inman News – Kee Wah Chung, VP Agent Experience at eXp Realty Speaks to 1,000 Brokers on Virtual Offices

By invitation Kee Wah Chung, Vice President of Agent Experience at eXp Realty was asked to speak to 1,000 brokers about running a virtual office.  Kee Wah offers some good insight into what is necessary to have a successful business model in a virtual world.

I am often amazed at how in one breath outside agencies think our business model is too far fetched, and then, as is apparent just by the fact that Kee Wah was asked to speak on this subject, they are trying to find ways to implement the same format into their own system.  Since I started with eXp Realty it has always been on the cutting edge of technology.  It was started in a virtual environment and is now light years ahead of the competition.  We strive forward as others try to catch up.

“It was very evident that brokers were interested in delivering a virtual experience — they just didn’t know where to start or what to think about”. – Kee Way Chung

I walked away from the experience with a renewed sense of how special eXp is and that we are really doing something different than any other brokerage in North America. We are leading the way in driving next-gen engagement for agents, brokers, and staff by delivering a robust, cloud-based experience through eXp World. It’s an exciting time to be with eXp Realty!

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