Black Woman Making History In The Real Estate Industry

Meet Claudienne Hibbert-Smith,
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Meet Claudienne Hibbert-Smith, who quickly became a successful entrepreneur when she left her job at age 21 to become a realtor.

Now, she is making headlines for recently partnering with EXP Realty, one of the fastest-growing real estate companies in the world.

She comments, “In 2001, I became a licensed realtor in the state of Florida. During my first year, I became the rookie of the year, and I took off. I partnered with the Keyes Company for 20 years and as I moved up the charts, I became the number 5 realtor with my amazing team out of 4,000 agents. Just 3 months ago, in March of 2021, I decided I wanted to go from good to great, so I aligned myself with a company where I could impact globally: EXP Realty. Since I have partnered with them, I have been able to expand my business in 11 states and onboarding 1 country.”

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