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eXp Commercial Explained
eXp Commercial Explained
Get More From Your Commercial Real Estate Brokerage.

At eXp Commercial, we believe in giving our clients and brokers more; more tools, more technology, and more resources. We offer more ways to grow, more networking opportunities across the globe, and more ways to succeed in today’s ever-changing world.

What We Will Cover:

- Who We Are
- Our Business Model
- eXp World
- eXp Commercial Solutions
- Joining eXp Commercial

Time: Thursday at 8am PST / 11am EST.
Dec 2, 2021 08:00 AM
Dec 9, 2021 08:00 AM
Dec 16, 2021 08:00 AM
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Speakers

James Huang
President @eXp Commercial
James Huang is the president of the commercial division of eXp World Holdings. He is also a shareholder and advisor to real estate syndication firms and start-up technology companies to help consult, raise capital, and make connections to other private equity investors and family offices, from main street to wall street. As President of eXp Commercial, James oversees, builds, and runs commercial and ancillary services to support the growth of commercial real estate both domestically and globally. In addition to his knowledge of the industry, James brings invaluable operation experience, having launched and managed several companies from the start-up to the profitability phase. In October 2019, he was installed as the national president of AREAA.
Stephanie Gilezan
Director Commercial Brokerage Operations @eXp Commercial
Stephanie Gilezan is the Director of Commercial Brokerage Operations. In this role she oversees the U.S. commercial brokerage operations. Stephanie has been a licensed broker her entire adult life with over 22 years of experience growing and managing real estate brokerages in commercial and residential real estate. Stephanie has experience in industrial, land, multi-family, bank asset liquidation, retail, and office. She is also a land developer, builder, owns and operates a real estate team in the top 5% of producers in Kentucky and Indiana.