‘Cloud-Based’ Real Estate Firm Expanding Into Connecticut, Adding Jobs

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CONNECTICUT — Call It Closed International Realty has expanded into Connecticut, the 16th state now being served by the cloud-based real estate brokerage.

The company made the announcement Monday. Officials also said it is actively recruiting real estate agents “across all Connecticut markets.”

Call it closed was founded by Chad and Aprile Osborne, who are billing it as, “the first and only national, cloud-based, 100 percent commission brokerage with a multi-tiered revenue sharing platform.” The company offers real estate services to buyers, sellers, investors and developers, as well as other existing brokerages.

“We are excited to enter the Connecticut market and continue to grow our national presence,” Chad Osborne said. “With the benefits of a 100 percent commission-based platform accessible from a remote working environment, our unique model empowers real estate agents by providing innovative tools and industry-leading training that has allowed our agents to succeed and we look forward to bringing this opportunity to Connecticut.”

The Connecticut market will be brokered by Devon Marie Ferdinand. Ferdinand also leads the New York team and has a brokerage license in both states.

Florida-based Call It Closed was founded in 2019. The Osbornes have nearly 40 years of combined real estate experience with hundreds of properties sold personally and have overseen nearly 4,000 transaction sides. They were also the founders of several RE/MAX franchises. The model, is currently operating in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia along with the expansion into Connecticut.

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