Fathom Holdings has signed a definitive agreement to acquire E4:9 Holdings, Inc., a holding company with three operating subsidiaries serving the residential real estate sector: Encompass Lending Group, Dagley Insurance Agency, and Real Results. The transaction is anticipated to close in the second quarter of 2021.
The addition of E4:9 Holdings will provide Fathom with new and significant incremental revenue streams, enabling its agents to offer critical ancillary services to their clients, and enhancing Fathom’s revenue per transaction. Based in Katy, Texas, E4:9 Holdings, through its three operating subsidiaries, provides mortgage, insurance, and insurance industry lead generation services.
“I cannot begin to fully express how excited I am with our planned acquisition of E4:9 and its three operating companies,” said Josh Harley, Fathom’s Chairman, and CEO. “These are three amazing companies, all under one equally amazing group of business leaders and entrepreneurs. It is one thing to find a wonderful and successful business to bring into our Fathom family, but to know that the leadership shares our drive, passion, values, and desire to serve others is encouraging and speaks volumes as to why they have experienced such incredible success.”
“We are extremely excited to be joining forces with Fathom Holdings, as we continue to identify ways to bring our services to a greater number of consumers and businesses,” said Nathan Dagley, President of E4:9 Holdings. “Our vision is 100% shared by Josh and the Fathom team. Our strong alignment of culture and values was a critical factor in attracting us to Fathom.
“I am most excited for our more than 140 associates, and the opportunities for future growth and expansion that will be created for them,” said Dagley. “As leaders in the mortgage, insurance, and lead-generation sectors, we could not be more pleased to be joining a true innovator in the real estate industry. The real winners will be our shared clients, who will experience VIP service and a one-stop shopping experience.”