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Call It Closed International Realty expands to the Pacific Northwest

The country’s first and only cloud-based, 100% commission brokerage with a multi-tiered revenue-sharing platform is now operating in Oregon and Washington, expanding its national footprint to 18 states.

The addition of Principal Broker Eric Young in Portland marks the latest expansion for Florida-based Call It Closed International Realty. The company is also in the process of opening several affiliates overseas, said co-founder Chad Osborne, including a location in London.

In March, Call It Closed International Realty was recognized as the 135th largest independent real estate brokerage by RealTrends Verified, an independent research firm.

Young brings nearly 25 years of real estate and banking experience in Oregon and Washington to the company, most recently supporting more than 200 agents as a managing broker at his previous brokerage’s office in Vancouver, Washington.  He has been licensed as a Principal Broker in Oregon since 2018.

“Eric’s roots in Portland and the Pacific Northwest run deep,” Osborne said. “Our entrepreneurial model gives agents a far greater opportunity at success, and as the company continues to expand, our innovative approach and network of local experts are poised to deliver the best deals available for both buyers and sellers.”

A graduate of George Fox University, Young is a 30-year Portland-area resident. He brings a managerial background in both the financing and banking industries. Young is a member of various professional organizations, including the Clark County Association of Realtors (CCAR), and holds numerous certificates for specialized training in real estate, finance and management.

Call It Closed is actively recruiting real estate agents in Oregon and Washington and across its expanded 18-state footprint. Interested agents can visit joincallitclosed.com to learn more.

“The digital revolution that has upended how we communicate, conduct business, and navigate the wider world is transforming commercial and residential real estate,” Osborne added. “At Call It Closed, we are moving beyond an outdated business model that puts a disproportionate share of control – and commissions – in the hands of large brokerages by instead empowering individual agents.”

Rather than pay hefty franchise fees, or split commissions like some large firms that leave agents with just 70 cents on the dollar, Call It Closed’s entrepreneurial model gives agents a greater opportunity at success. When agents have more control of their cash flow, then they can better use their resources to market their property and have greater autonomy.

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