Scott Brown

Realtor

Bay Area California

(707) 567-8779 | scott.brown@exprealty.com | CA DRE Lic # 01956840

About Scott Brown

Scott Brown grew up in and has lived in the Real Estate Broker Associate & Realtor (aka Real Estate Agent) with the fastest growing Real Estate Company, EXP Realty. After being a California Building General Contractor, Scott became an Agent in 2006 then a Broker in 2009. Scott has an international business MBA & is over 65% complete with his Doctor of Business Administration degree. In 2016, after seeing his one of his friends had joined on with EXP Realty, the company that developed the industry disrupting cloud-based brokerage model, he joined as well. EXP Realty attracted Scott Brown because it has an incredible business plan, great compensation for all agents and brokers, top technology, incredible training and support, plus the best tools in the industry. Scott is experienced with residential and commercial properties. He has handled multimillion dollar properties in both residential and commercial real estate and works with both buyers as well as sellers for residential, and also handles buyers, sellers and leases for commercial properties.

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Sellers Tips

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Market Shift Update

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