Show Notes

Welcome to the HyperFast Agent Podcast with Billion Dollar Real Estate Agents Dan Lesniak and Keri Shull, who are top sponsors at eXp Realty. Ready to become an eXp Realty agent with Keri and Dan? Go to or text Dan directly at 703-638-4393.

In this episode of the HyperFast Agent podcast, host Dan Lesniak highlights the differences between eXp Realty and Compass. Both have had a lot of growth. Compass was founded by a Wall Street guy, while eXp Realty was founded by a real estate practitioner. While Compass claims to be more of a tech company, Dan shows how when agents move from Compass to eXp Realty, they do not notice any difference in technology. However, some things they do notice: agents at eXp Realty have more opportunities for referrals, networking, and off market properties – because there's more agents there. eXp also has a great revenue share program, while agents at Compass are forced to share the revenue they are generating with their brokerage. 

Join Host Dan Lesniak as he discusses…

∙ The differences between Compass founder Robert Rifkin and eXp Realty founder Glenn Sanford

∙ How Compass is a brick and mortar company; they are the old fashioned model of real estate. 

∙ Why eXp Realty is the number one leader in transactions. 

∙ The fact that eXp Realty is the first digital cloud brokerage in the history of real estate. 


💬 “eXp really is the new model. It's like the same difference between Blockbuster versus Netflix or taxi versus Uber” - Dan Lesniak

💬 “When agents moved from compass to exp Realty, they are not noticing a difference in technology.” - Dan Lesniak

💬 “eXp is the number one leader in transactions right so more deals are there” - Dan Lesniak

💬 “If you are a real estate agent at Compass, you are in a revenue share program. It's one where you're sharing an unlimited amount of your revenue with your company.” - Dan Lesniak

If you are ready to join eXp realty and would like Dan Lesniak To personally sponsor you so you have access to two nationally recognized coaching programs text 703-638-4393.