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The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) is proud to announce Ten-X as a Premier Strategic Partner. A real estate technology industry powerhouse, Ten-X recognizes the importance of growing the community of women and women-owned and small businesses in the housing ecosystem.
“We are excited to collaborate with Ten-X, a leader in the online real estate transaction marketplace,” stated Desirée Patno, NAWRB CEO & President. “Ten-X’s expertise and commitment to continually expand their platform to the real estate community is a great asset to NAWRB.”
“Partnering with NAWRBconnects us with one of the fastest growing business segments in the country,” said Rick Sharga, Ten-X Executive Vice President. “On average, women have started over 1,000 businesses a day since 2007; this strategic partnership will assist Ten-X in expanding our business relations while contributing to the sustainability, homeownership and success of women entrepreneurs.”
The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) is a leading voice for women in the housing ecosystem. With the assistance of our Women’s Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC), NAWRB is advocating for women’s gender equality, raising the utilization of women-owned businesses and providing women the tools and opportunities for economic expansion and growth. By increasing women’s homeownership, we can leverage the entrepreneurial strength of women and help bring the awareness of women’s poverty.
Ten-X is the nation’s leading online real estate transaction marketplace and the parent to Ten-X Homes, Ten-X Commercial and Auction.com. To date, the company has sold 275,000+ residential and commercial properties totaling almost $46 billion. Leveraging desktop and mobile technology, Ten-X allows people to safely and easily complete real estate transactions online. Ten-X is headquartered in Irvine and Silicon Valley, Calif., and has offices in key markets nationwide. Investors in the company include CapitalG (formerly Google Capital) and Stone Point Capital. For more information, visit Ten-X.com.