Swanepoel Energy 200 ranks strongest executives within the residential actual property trade.
Gary Keller, the co-founder of Keller Williams (KW), the world’s largest actual property franchise by agent rely, was ranked within the Swanepoel Energy 200 (SP 200) because the nation’s No. 2 strongest individual in actual property for 2023.
In accordance with the SP 200 report, “Keller is the one chief to have been named one of many prime 5 strongest folks in residential actual property brokerage for the previous 10 years.”
“This recognition marks as soon as once more a shared second for our complete Keller Williams household,” mentioned Keller. “I’m honored to be in enterprise with every of our group members and market heart and agent companions as we proceed to thrive collectively.”
Marc King, the president of KW, was ranked No. 87 on the SP 200. King’s place moved up dramatically from No. 145 in final yr’s rating due his continued efforts to extend KW’s market share and place the corporate because the place “The place Entrepreneurs Thrive.”
“As we embrace our fortieth yr in enterprise, we’re actually reigniting a tradition of supporting entrepreneurs,” mentioned King.
Sajag Patel, COO of KW, was ranked No. 163. In 2022, Patel was promoted to COO. He beforehand served as vp of segments, having lately overseen the model’s community-based enterprise initiative enlargement.
The SP 200, created and revealed by actual property consulting agency T3 Sixty, and now in its tenth yr, is the one formal annual evaluation and rating of the actual property trade’s 200 strongest and influential leaders.
“These distinctive leaders have just a few issues in frequent: a eager eye for hiring expertise and a diligent deal with sustainable development,” mentioned Stefan Swanepoel, govt chairman of T3 Sixty.
“Gifted leaders,” mentioned Jack Miller, CEO of T3 Sixty, “are executives who can proceed to proper the ship even in untested waters, and the trade’s top-ranked leaders have within the final yr confirmed that they’ve earned their place on the helm.”