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COMPCompound
72.563.43 ( 4.96%)
29783.07 (0.74%)
62.76 (7.12%)
71.62 (2.33%)
0.3495 (2.88%)
0.0856 (1.9%)

Compass, Inc. is an American licensed real estate broker that operates online, using advanced technology to improve the real estate search and sell experience. The firm employs more than 18,000 agents across the United States, who earn a percentage of the selling price of each property they complete on. The firm is based in New York City and was founded in 2012. Formerly known as Urban Compass, Inc. the company changed its name to Compass, Inc. in January 2021. Compass is the largest independent real estate brokerage in the US, the firm operates a cloud-based platform that provides an integrated suite of software to its agents, allowing for customer relationship management, marketing, client service, and operations, as well as brokerage and other related services in the real estate industry. The firm’s easily accessed online platform allows individuals to buy, sell or rent, across a wide range of communities. The firm also offers a range of services and resources to its agents’ clients, including a concierge service, bridge loans, and online resources such as a mortgage calculator and local neighbourhood guides. The firm is listed on the NYSE under the ticker COMP. Find COMP price updates and further information on eToro.

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