"The Inman 100 are the most influential people in the residential real estate industry, bar none.”
Alameda, CA (PRWEB) December 30, 2011
Inman News™, the leader in real estate and technology news, released its annual report of the real estate industry's 100 most influential people in real estate. The people selected for the Inman 100 exemplify leadership, innovation, ingenuity, power and persistence in the real estate community.
The "Inman 100" showcases those who have risen to the challenge through the real estate downturn and whose actions have helped shaped the future of our industry. It also includes individuals from outside of the real estate industry who impact the business of buying and selling homes.
Categories in this year's Inman 100 include: brokers, technologists, trade group and multiple listing service representatives, government officials, journalists, economists, academics, consultants, mortgage industry and title company executives, bloggers and social media experts.
"The Inman 100 are the most influential people in the residential real estate industry, bar none,” says Tim G. Smith, CEO of Inman News. “Each member of the list has contributed to the advancement of our industry in quantitative ways. These are the people that will help real estate recover in 2012 and beyond.”
A free copy of the complete "100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders" report is available for download at http://www.inman.com/inman100. Follow the conversation on Twitter (@InmanNews).
About Inman News | Agents and brokers around the world turn to Inman News first for accurate, innovative and timely information about the industry. Known for its award-winning journalism, cutting-edge technology coverage and forward thinking conferences, Inman News is the leading independent source of real estate news, advice and commentary.
In addition, Inman News produces the Real Estate Connect® and Agent Reboot™ conferences. Real Estate Connect NYC 2012 will be held Jan. 11-13, 2012, in New York City and the 2012 Agent Reboot tour will kick off in New York City on Jan. 10, 2012.
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