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Wealth Building, Passive Income, Business Systems and Models, Keller Williams Realty, Careers worth having, Business worth owning, Life's worth living Scott Crouch brings it all together Crouch began his life as an abandoned baby. Today, he is a successful real estate entrepreneur, directly involved with the sale of millions of dollars of real estate throughout Arizona, California, and Hawaii. In 1966, he was adopted by Don and Marilyn Crouch and was raised in south Phoenix. After graduating from South Mountain High School, Scott attended Arizona State University. After college he began selling resale homes and expanded his interests in Real Estate. In 1993, he was named the New Home Sales Person of the Year in Arizona by the Home Builders Association. Crouch was also recognized as the 40 under 40 Businessman of the year in the Phoenix Business Journal. In 1997, Scott took a gamble and accepted a position with the Austin, Texas-based Keller Williams Corp. at a dramatically lower salary, working for co-founder Gary Keller by coaching, training and consulting real estate agents in the Valley. It is a decision he has never regretted. Since joining Keller Williams International, Scott has successfully helped launch four Keller Williams franchises in Scottsdale, Tempe, Ahwatukee and the Phoenix area, which collectively employ more than 650 agents with more than $1.5 billion in residential real estate sales in the metro Phoenix. Crouch has been Southwest Regions Team Leader of the Year, Coach of the Year, and is a member of the Southwest Region Hall of Fame for Keller Williams. He also co-owns the Northern California and Hawaiian region for Keller Williams International, and mortgage and title companies in the Phoenix area. Scott Crouch is also a Keller Williams University International Master Faculty instructor and with Keller Williams learning-based platform of real estate training and life balance it reinforces why Keller Williams has grown