Miss TRD’s Compass call? Subscribers can listen to the audio file

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Sep.September 12, 2018 04:30 PM
Become a subscriber to listen to audio from today’s Compass call

Earlier today, subscribers got an inside look at The Real Deal’s deep dive into Compass’ growth strategies  — and potential pitfalls along the way — in a call with our editorial team.

If you subscribe and missed the call, we’ll be posting the full audio cut on the website tomorrow. Not a subscriber? Don’t miss out — sign up now.

On the call, TRD’s senior content director, Jill Noonan, spoke with senior reporter E.B. Solomont about her discussions with Compass execs, what the industry has to say about the brokerage’s appetite for acquisitions and how reachable the firm’s $1 billion revenue target for the year really is.

Subscribe and stay tuned for details on TRD’s next inside-the-issue call.


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