Thursday, July 20, 2017

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP INTERVIEWS

The T3 Summit offers the exclusive opportunity to hear intimate conversations with some of the most powerful leaders in residential real estate. These revealing, highly anticipated interviews – led by Stefan Swanepoel – have become a central element of the T3 Summit.

Gino Blefari, CEO of HSF Affiliates at the 2017 T3 Summit

Blefari oversees HomeServices of America’s franchise network HSF Affiliates, which serves more than 46,000 agents with the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Prudential Real Estate and Real Living real estate brands. The firm has 1,500 affiliate offices who do 352,000 annual transactions for over $105 billion in annual sales. Blefari also serves on the board of Project Upstream.

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Bruce Zipf, President and CEO of NRT at the 2017 T3 Summit

Zipf is the quiet power behind NRT, the nation’s largest real estate brokerage, which has nearly 800 offices and over 47,000 agents in 50 large U.S. metros. The Realogy subsidiary is responsible for more than 340,000 transaction sides and $166 billion in annual sales. Zipf took the helm in 2005.

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Helen Hanna Casey, the CEO of Hanna Holdings at the 2016 T3 Summit

Helen, who began working at Howard Hanna in 1975, serves as CEO of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, where she plays a large role in developing her firm’s multi-media marketing efforts. She was the first woman elected as presi-dent of West Penn Multi-List and the first woman to serve as chair of the NAR Real Estate Services Advisory Group.

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Rick Davidson, the CEO Century 21 International Real Estate at the 2016 T3 Summit

As head of the iconic global real estate franchisor Century 21 Real Estate, Davidson guides a network with more than 106,000 agents in approximately 6,900 offices in 78 countries and territories. Before taking the helm at the prominent Realogy-owned real estate brand in 2010, Davidson served as chief operating officer for both the commercial and residential wings of Realogy sister brand, Coldwell Banker Real Estate. Century 21 agents do over 400,000 transactions every year.

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Amy Bohutinsky, the Chief Marketing Officer of Zillow Group at the 2016 T3 Summit

Bohutinsky’s power and influence both inside the industry’s most dynamic company and increasingly outside of it as a major influence in both technology and real estate, makes her the first woman to break into the SP200 top 10 and the most powerful woman in residential real estate today.

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Spencer Rascoff, the CEO of Zillow Group at the 2015 T3 Summit

Spencer Rascoff, CEO Zillow, and Stefan Swanepoel, New York Times best-selling author, take a deep dive into the future of the residential real estate industry. Zillow not only blew the doors off its 2013 performance, it made one of the biggest power moves that the real estate industry has ever seen by acquiring Trulia, its chief rival and the second largest real estate portal, for an eye-popping $3.5 billion.

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Alex Perriello, the CEO of Realogy Franchise Group at 2015 T3 Summit

Alex Perriello, the trusted right-hand of Richard Smith, our Most Powerful Person in Real Estate for 2014, has one of the highest profiles within the residential real estate brokerage industry. He is a 36-year veteran of real estate, having begun his career as an on-the-street real estate agent for Coldwell Banker in California.

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Ryan O’Hara, the CEO of Move Inc. at the 2015 T3 Summit

Stefan Swanepoel sits down with Ryan O’Hara, the new CEO of Move, Inc., and discusses his first 100 days in office, his results driven management style, recent ListingHub changes, News Corp., and building of a global portfolio of real estate portals. An executive with extensive leadership experiences across a range of operational roles.

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Errol Samuelson, Chief Industry Development Office for the Zillow Group at the 2015 T3 Summit

After being barred from performing any duties for nine months, Errol Samuelson is back on the job and sits down with Stefan Swanepoel to share his perspectives on what he sees as the key issues for the industry going forward. Samuelson is the Chief Strategy Officer of Move, Inc.

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Phil Soper, the CEO of Brookfield Real Estate Services at 2015 T3 Summit

A Swanepoel Interview with Phil Soper, CEO of Brookfield Real Estate Services, owners of the largest of real estate brands in Canada, including Royal LePage, Via Capitale, and Johnston & Daniel. Canada’s largest real estate franchisor and owner-operator with more than 600 locations and approximately 17,000 agents under all its brands.

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Glenn Kelman, the CEO and Founder of Redfin at 2015 T3 Summit

After raising $166M, hiring agents as employees, and being ranked the 5th most-trafficked real estate website, Redfin is becoming one of the most interesting brokerage companies of the decade. But you don’t know half the story. Stefan sits down with the founder Glenn Kelman to discover if this company could be the next winning brokerage model.

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Richard A Smith, the Chairman, CEO and President of Realogy at 2014 T3 Summit

Smith, the Chairman, CEO, and President of Realogy, is our selection as the Most Powerful Person in residential real estate brokerage for 2013. While there are others who have higher personal profiles, within the industry there is no doubt that none have more power and influence in almost every aspect of real estate than Smith.

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Dave L Liniger, the Co-founder and Chairman of RE/MAX at 2014 T3 Summit

Liniger revolutionized the real estate industry when he, with his wife Gail, co-founded RE/MAX, a 100 percent commission-based brokerage. If you have ever heard this man’s amazing life story you will understand why we name him The Most Interesting Man in Real Estate.

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Dale A Stinton, the CEO of National Association of REALTORS® at the 2014 T3 Summit

Heading a national non-profit trade association during changing and difficult times is no easy task. Yet Stinton, a 30-year veteran of the NAR and who took over the reins as CEO in 2005, does so with commitment and determination. Earlier in his career he oversaw key investments including Move, SentriLock, RE FormsNet, and eProperty Data.

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Mark W Willis, the CEO of Keller Williams Realty International at the 2013 T3 Summit

Willis is the enigmatic and charismatic CEO of Keller Williams Realty who, more than any other individual, has been responsible for the phenomenal growth the company has enjoyed during the last eight years, expanding the associate count from 14,000 to 90,000.

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Budge Huskey, the President and CEO of Coldwell Banker at the 2013 T3 Summit

Huskey was promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer of Coldwell Banker Real Estate in 2013. As CEO he oversees marketing, operations, learning, and field services supporting 82,000 Coldwell Banker sales associates in 51 countries and territories around the world.

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Ron J Peltier, the Chairman and CEO of HomeServices of America at the 2013 T3 Summit

Peltier, the man atop the second largest brokerage in the U.S. leveraged his affiliation with Berkshire Hathaway to the hilt in 2013. He is strategically brilliant and has played a “chess game” from the day he entered the real estate industry, culminating in a huge win when he orchestrated the biggest industry acquisition in recent times, grabbing two top 10 franchise networks at the same time—Prudential and Real Living.

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