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The Most Powerful People in RE are at Keller Williams!

How do you measure influence? Stefan Swanepoel of T3 Summit, T3 Experts and author of The Swanepoel Trends Report along with real estate industry expert, consultant and blogger Rob Hahn may have figured it out. Using personal influence, tenure in the real estate industry, office count, decision-making power, a company’s significance and contribution to the industry among other notable credentials, the duo have created a set of benchmarks and algorithms to determine the most powerful key decision makers, trailblazers, influencers, company chieftains, thought leaders and innovators.

They’ve compiled their finding in the first annual Swanepoel 200 – a  list of the 200 Most Powerful People in Residential Real Estate in 2013. Ten Keller Williams leaders were among those honored on the list.

Congratulations to Gary Keller, Mark Willis, Mo Anderson, Dianna Kokoszka, Paul Morris, David Osborn, Jay Papasan, Shaun Rawls, John Furber and Mike Brodie for their incredible vision, outstanding leadership and extraordinary wisdom!

After a landmark year filled with No. 1 announcements, a company-wide rebrand, the migration to Google Apps for Business, the launch of 95,000 agent-branded mobile apps and the continuous growth of top regions and offices, Keller Williams Realty and its leaders certainly made a mark in 2013.

Read the full article here: http://blog.kw.com/2014/01/10/the-most-powerful-people-in-real-estate-are/

Seth Campbell

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