7 Enterprise Network Members Make The SP200 List!
This week, Swanepoel released their annual Power 200 list of most powerful people in residential real estate. We’re thrilled to announce that several network members made the list! The SP200 is a research service that analyzes over 1,000 CEOs, senior executives and industry leaders based on their:
Position within the company
Decision making power within the company
Financial resources of the company
Contribution to the industry
The goal is to recognize thought leaders that are on the leading edge and have made a significant impact on the residential real estate industry. The report is assembled by Stefan Swanepoel, author of the annual Swanepoel TRENDS Report and Swanepoel TECHNOLOGY Report for real estate.
We’d like to congratulate the following members on this great achievement:
Chris Meyers, Managing Principal, at Houlihan Lawrence
Chris, along with his brother, Stephen Meyers, and sister, Nancy Seaman, acquired Houlihan Lawrence in 1990. As managing principal he heads the daily operations of this 25 office, 1,200 agent company, helping to grow it into the largest independently owned real estate brokerage in the Westchester, Putnam, and Dutchess counties of New York.
Ebby Halliday, Broker/Owner, at Ebby Halliday Realtors
Ebby, the first lady of real estate, has earned her reputation in Dallas through more than 60 years of service within the industry. She has grown her company into one of the largest, privately owned residential real estate firms in the country. Over the years, she has been recognized for numerous awards including the Horation Alger Award, and was named honorary chair of NAR's 100th Anniversary Gala Black Tie Dinner at the age of 97.
Mary Frances Burleson, President and CEO, at Ebby Halliday Realtors
Mary Frances joined Ebby Halliday in 1958. As CEO she paralleled the growth of the firm from three offices to 30 offices, five brands, 1,600+ staff and sales associates, and $6.4 billion in annual sales. After more than half a century she still manages the day-to-day operations of Texas' largest independent real estate brokerage.
Nancy Seaman, Chairman and CEO, at Houlihan Lawrence
Together with her brothers, Stephen and Chris Meyers, Nancy took control of the 125 year-old company in 1990, leading 1,100+ agents to sales of over $4.7 billion last year. The company's 26 offices cover the areas of Westchester, Fairfield, Putnam and Dutchess counties.
Pat Shea, President, at Lyon Real Estate
With 20+ years of real estate sales and leadership experience Pat now heads up Lyon Real Estate and has helped grow the company significantly in the Greater Sacramento Area to almost 1,000 agents conducting over $2.5 billion in annual sales. He holds a BSBA from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Peter Niederman, CEO, at Kentwood Real Estate
As CEO of Kentwood Real Estate, Peter heads this Colorado-based innovator in marketing strategies and internet technology. Prior to purchasing Kentwood with Bill Moore in 2007, he served as VP of Sales for Richmond American Homes, and Regional VP of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
Stephen Baird, President and COO, at Baird & Warner
Stephen heads this family-owned firm, one of the oldest residential real estate brokerages in the nation; established in 1855. He is a former Chairman of The Realty Alliance and graduate of Harvard University, where he continues to remain active. The company generates more than $4 billion in annual sales with approximately 1,600 agents in 23 offices.