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Real estate brokerage eXp now trading on NASDAQ

The agent-owned brokerage took its maiden voyage on the NASDAQ today

As of today, eXp World Holdings is trading on the NASDAQ under the ticker EXPI. It is currently trading at $18.00, up $0.64 on the day.

The company’s claim to fame is that it is the largest single-owned real estate brokerage in North America.

“Today marks a special day in the history of eXp Realty. Our move to Nasdaq is a continuation of almost nine years of iterating around the long-term value proposition for real estate professionals.  eXp World Holdings CEO, Chairman and Founder Glenn Sanford said in a statement.

“We are proud of our ability to be able to deliver on our promise to our agents, brokers, staff and shareholders who have believed in our vision over the years.”

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