Nick Libert


Nick Libert

Owner and Managing Broker
EXIT Strategy Realty

Nick Libert’s personal motto, “Work hard, play hard and improve lives every day,” is reflected in the energy and growth of his brokerage, EXIT Strategy Realty. Since opening in late 2009 with only eight agents, Libert’s office has expanded to over 110 sales and leasing agents serving the entire Chicago market in residential, commercial and investment transactions.

Libert believes in leading by example, showing his agents how to drive a large volume of business through referrals through his own 16 years of experience as a top producer. More than 75 percent of his 2013 production of nearly $10 million was derived from personal referrals and social media, all the while maintaining a brokerage operation that nearly doubled in size yet again in the past 12 months.

“I believe you have to give agents the tools to succeed,” he says. “We provide each agent a fully automated contact management and marketing system, as well as a digital marketing strategy for their listings. Not only are there consistent trainings on these systems, but our support staff is also able to customize and implement them for each agent at no charge.”

“Further differentiating EXIT Strategy is the unique EXIT Formula, which gives 10 percent sponsorship bonuses to agents who help the company grow,” he explains. “In 2013 alone, EXIT Strategy agents received nearly $200,000 in residual bonuses from EXIT Realty International, giving the agents a true third income stream in addition to listings and sales.”

Moving through 2014, Libert is looking to expand into the Northwest Indiana market, having deep roots in the area through his undergraduate and law degrees from Valparaiso University, as well as his terms on the Elkhart, Ind. city council and county board.

“My end goal is to be the No. 1 EXIT Realty franchise in the U.S.,” Libert says, “and be able to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of Realtors across the Midwest.”

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