Albuquerque, New Mexico – February 5th, 2013
Albuquerque Real Estate Agent Joins eXp Realty
Albuquerque Real Estate Broker Rich Cederberg has joined the innovative real estate team of eXp Realty, LLC. With nearly 10 years of real estate experience; Rich brings a wealth of knowledge to the Cloud-based real estate firm. Rich’s knowledge of internet marketing and online promotion is a perfect fit with the company’s online sales model.
Before moving to eXp Realty, LLC, Rich was a top producer with Venture Realty Group and RE/MAX. Rich serves buyer and seller clients buy and sell homes in Albuquerque and the surrounding areas including Rio Rancho, Los Lunas, The East Mountains, Edgewood, Tijeras and Bernalillo.
“I’m a midwesterner with a sensibility that’s sometimes a little different, a little more practical, a little more sensible, than you find sometimes out here in the Wild West. I’m a musician, a former entertainer who loves to give to others.
I’m also one of the more educated Realtors in Albuquerque who loves to write about real estate in the Duke city.”
About eXp Realty, LLC,:
Just in case you haven’t heard of eXp Realty, LLC, yet, it’s the company that’s literally revolutionizing the real estate industry. Featured in Stefan Swanepoel’s 2013 Trends Report, eXp Realty has eliminated the outdated brick and mortar real estate office and replaced it with a cloud based, virtual reality collaborative space. eXp Realty is growing fast, growing to 23 states in less than 3 years.
How have they grown so quickly? They’ve effectively changed the economics of what it means to run a real estate brokerage. Most broker owners in the real estate industry are bleeding money. Many of them are insolvent and others will be out of business soon.
The new brokerage model strives to be both economy proof and a synergistic, innovative home for real estate brokers and agents looking to benefit from a technology savvy brokerage.
In short, eXp Realty is the future or real estate. It’s not coming here in 2, 3, 4 or 5 years; it’s here in Albuquerque today.