Elliman, Corcoran, Halstead leaders named Inman influencers

TRD NEW YORK /
Dec.December 30, 2013 04:09 PM

Several of the top names in New York City-area real estate cracked Inman’s annual list of the 100 most influential real estate leaders, released today.

The list — which spotlights industry leaders “whose ingenuity, strength, conviction, power and persistence are driving change” — included brokerage chiefs such as Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman, Halstead Property CEO Diane Ramirez, Corcoran Group CEO Pamela Liebman, Douglas Elliman Development Marketing CEO Susan de França and Madison, N.J.-based Coldwell Banker CEO Budge Huskey. Century 21 CEO Richard Davidson was recognized for guiding the brokerage as it broke into the Manhattan market, as well as internationally – in Kosovo, Austria, Croatia and Slovenia.

Other locals recognized included Warburg Realty agent Nicole Beauchamp, Douglas Elliman associate broker Maria Babaev, and Matthew Shadbolt, Corcoran’s director of interactive products and marketing. There was also Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, Urban Compass’ Robert Reffkin and Redfin’s Glenn Kelman.

Several of the same names made the list in 2012. [Inman News]Mark Maurer


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Pam Liebman (Illustration by Paul Kisselev)

Pam Liebman’s lifeguarding days

John Giannone and Jac Credaroli (Credit: iStock)

Two Elliman agents launch platform to provide renters, buyers and sellers up to $50K in unsecured loans

Jacob Sudhoff and Scott Durkin (Credit: Sudhoff Companies, Emily Assiran, iStock)

Douglas Elliman is coming to Texas

Compass' Rory Golod and Long Island’s North Shore (Credit: Long Island)

Compass sets sights on Long Island’s North Shore

Coldwell Banker CEO Ryan Gorman

Coldwell Banker is waiving franchise fees for minorities

Howard Lorber and Barry Zubrow with unit 1601 at The Bristol (Credit: Getty Images)

Howard Lorber flips condo to investment banker Barry Zubrow

Steve Cohen

Corcoran’s Steven Cohen and team jumps to Elliman

(Credit: iStock)

Slowing sales and tumbling prices: A decade in Manhattan townhouse sales

arrow_forward_ios
Loading...