After merging with Edie Waters Network, Lucido Global now covers more than 42 markets.
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Two Keller Williams networks, Edie Waters Network and Lucido Global, have merged, forming what the latter says is one of the largest Keller Williams networks in history.
The two real estate companies are Lucido Global, based in Ellicott City, Maryland, and Edie Waters Network, based in Kansas City, Missouri. Together, their network covers more than 42 locations and has approximately 400 team members (of which 59 are from the Edie Waters Network) in Arizona, California, Canada, Colorado, Washington, DC, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland. , Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and Washington. The 400 team members include administrative staff, most of whom are licensed, according to a Lucido Global spokesperson.
Bob and Tracy Lucido formed the Bob lucido Team in 2008 and joined Keller Williams from RE / MAX in 2014. They launched Lucido Global, a real estate network under Keller Williams’ “mega-agent” expansion model, in 2016 with a team of more than 100 agents.
According to a Lucido Global spokesperson, “A Keller Williams Expansion Network is a group of real estate teams that have partnered with a successful real estate company to accelerate their business growth through the use of technology, systems, support and the company’s brand. . “
In 2016, Lucido Agency was the fifth most productive team of agents nationwide by transactions and the sixth most productive by sales volume, according to the ranking of Real trends. In 2017, Lucido Agency paste No. 1 in sales volume and No. 2 in transactions.
“We delight in the opportunity to add extraordinary value through our technology, systems and brand,” said Bob Lucido, president and CEO of Lucido Global, in a statement.
The two companies have a complementary strategic vision, culture and business philosophy, according to a press release. Industry veteran Edie Waters joined Keller Williams in 2013 and expanded her network to nine locations. Last year, the team closed more than 600 transactions worth more than $ 152 million in closed sales volume, ranking as the number one Keller Williams team in the region by gross commissions, according to the statement.
Under the terms of the merger, the Edie Waters Network will become the Edie Waters Network powered by Lucido Global, and Edie Waters will continue to serve as CEO of its Midwest locations under the Lucido Global network, according to the statement.
“After many years of seeking a strategic partner who exemplifies the same passion and spirit, it is an honor and great pleasure to announce our merger with Lucido Global,” Waters said in a statement.
“Together, we will deliver the best real estate and client experience not only in the Midwest, but throughout the United States and Canada as well.”
Editor’s Note: The headline for this story has been updated to note that the team has grown to over 400 members, including agents and administrative staff.
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