The Real Brokerage Incorporation, a global tech-driven real estate brokerage firm, announced on 30th September 2021 that it will unveil operations in Montana. Real Brokerage is presently functioning in 35 US states, Canada, and the District of Columbia.
Real Brokerage takes Montana
The expansion operation includes the appointment of Courtney Foster of Referred Realty Group as Real Brokerage’s chief broker in the Montana facility. Ms. Foster hails from Texas and began her career in 2006 as a real estate broker. In 2013, she began an independent broker in Houston. After shifting to Bozeman, Montana, she managed her business in both territories. In 2019, Ms. Foster decided to solely focus on Montana. Foster is a Certified Negotiation Expert, a licensed Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, and a graduate of the REALTOR Institute.
Courtney Foster, Montana’s Principal Broker, stated that the amalgamation of technology-focused principles and human gentleness in Real Brokerage’s work culture brings about benefits for both, her business and Montana. Foster indicated that from the past two years, Montana’s market has witnessed the benefits of technology. It also witnessed the people’s willingness to explore more. The firm’s technology will allow the market of Montana to evolve and reach great heights, she said.
Real Brokerage Co-Founder and CEO, Tamir Poleg, stated that Montana’s market has been an essential market for real estate businesses throughout the pandemic. Montana has seen the gravitation of retirees, celebrities, and families who pursue real estate within the region. The firm is excited about its role in the Montana real estate sector, Poleg said. The CEO highlighted the important role played by Courtney Foster in collaborating with new and prevalent real estate agents as the firm establishes its operations in Montana.
About Real Brokerage Inc.
Real Brokerage Inc. is a tech-savvy real estate brokerage operating unit established in 35 US states, Canada, and the District of Columbia. The firm is facilitating a renowned future by collaborating with clients and agents alike. The company drafts financial opportunities for mediators via technology, equity incentives, revenue sharing, and commission splits.