Vikki Bartholomae, President, eXp Realty

eXp Realty is expanding at a tremendous rate, and Vikki Bartholomae has been instrumental in the company’s growth.

Bartholomae helped expand the company to more than 10,000 employees and offices in 47 states, including two Canadian provinces. She broke the all-time launch record for eXp by recruiting 113 agents in just three months, earning the coveted “black belt” recruiting award.

Bartholomae has a reputation as a friendly and effective leader. In addition to running the weekly meeting, she put policies in place for agent attraction, which teaches agents how to act with integrity. She manages the ICON Agent Program, which involves identifying and leading hundreds of top-producing agents.

Bartholomae has more than 16 years of experience in the real estate industry, holding various leadership positions with Tarbell Realtors, Disney Vacation Development and Keller Williams. She also has extensive experience in the coaching and training of real estate professionals, which includes the development of mentor programs for new agents.

In January, Bartholomae moderated the California Association of Realtors’ WomanUp! panel at Inman Connect. She is also the recipient of Walt Disney’s Leadership Circle sales award, and Disney’s highest honor, the Purpose Award.

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