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EXIT Realty Announces Focus on Good Health

WOBURN, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/14 -- EXIT Realty Corp. International has always taken a holistic approach to the well-being of its Associates. The EXIT Formula of single-level residuals provides income streams in addition to taking real estate listings and closing transactions that include retirement and beneficiary benefits to help to provide financial security for agents and their families, now and in the future.

EXIT Realty also recognizes that a person's emotional, physical and spiritual well-being are keys to their overall quality of life. To this end the company is pleased to introduce its latest initiative, Focus on Good Health, a series of articles, tips and tools promoting wellness at work and home.

Consulting with EXIT Realty on this initiative is Dr. Gregg Baron, Co-Founder and Chief Wellness Officer of DREAM Wellness based in New York. "The relationship between wealth and wellness is unmistakable," says Dr. Gregg. EXIT Realty understands that healthier, happier teammates create healthier, happier teams. Healthier, happier teams can lead directly to an increase in productivity."

EXIT Associates and members of the public will be able to access regular contributions by Dr. Gregg on the company's blog, RealEstateIndustryLeaders.com.

"Good health is the basis of a great life," says Steve Morris, Founder and Chairman of EXIT Realty Corp. International. "This initiative encompasses the essence of EXIT's philosophy, to be healthy, wealthy, loving and wise."

About Dr. Gregg: Dr. Gregg Baron is the Co-Founder & Chief Wellness Officer of DREAM Wellness in New York and consults with EXIT Realty on the company's Focus on Good Health initiative. Dr. Gregg holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications from SUNY Oneonta, a Master's Degree in Sports Health Science with a Minor in Sports Nutrition and a Doctorate Degree in Chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, GA. Prior to earning his Chiropractic degree, Dr. Gregg was a New York State Physical Fitness Champion and a Certified Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise. Both in the U.S. and abroad, Dr. Gregg has donated his services and expertise to help others in need. An active member of the New York Chiropractic Council, Dr. Gregg is also a devoted martial artist, having earned the rank of Black Belt in the arts of Shito-Ryu Karate and Nihon Goshin Aikido. He lives in South Setauket, NY, with his wife, Danielle, and two sons. Dr. Gregg can be reached at 631-737-3600 or [email protected]

About EXIT Realty: Founded in Canada in 1996 with offices across the continent, EXIT is a proven real estate business model that has to-date, paid out more than $250 million in single-level residual income -- for agents, this means security, stability and direction; for agents' families, security in the form of beneficiary and retirement residuals. State-of-the-art technology, including the Digital Marketing Strategy, gives home sellers the edge in a competitive marketplace. The company's Focus on Good Health Initiative includes a series of articles, tips and tools promoting wellness at work and home. A portion of every transaction fee collected by EXIT International is applied to its charitable fund. To-date, more than $2 Million has been pledged to Habitat for Humanity. For more information, please visit www.exitrealty.com.

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