Daniels Talk Radio Presents our Rainmaker Series with special guest Glenn Sanford of eXp Realty International Corp. The series is a new season of episodes produced by Daniels & Co. to showcase executives in every industry who are making an impact in their field and embodying what it means to be a “Rainmaker”.
Anthony Licausi, Host of the Daniels Talk Radio show spoke to Mr. Sanford about his background and what led him to build his cloud-based real estate firm, new technologies the company is implementing as well as industry heavy-hitters they have just recruited.
Join us next week for Part 2 in the series where Glenn talks about the real estate industry, where we have come since the housing crisis and where we are headed.
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