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Women in Real Estate: Business-Building Insights From RISMedia’s 2019 Newsmakers

Feb 3, 2019 by

A considerable number of this year’s RISMedia Real Estate Newsmakers are women who are making waves in the industry, advancing their businesses and significantly contributing to their communities. What’s the secret to their success? Strategies range from a focus on mentorship and coaching to relationship marketing and community involvement. Here are their approaches and insights on how fellow women in real estate can advance their business and reach their goals:

Mary Lee Blaylock
President/CEO – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Luminaries 

“Being hands-on allows me to better understand and fully respect the job of each agent and employee in the enterprise. No one is more important than another. We are all equal human beings with complimenting roles all working toward a single goal: to bring our customers home,” says Blaylock.

Blaylock also reminds real estate professionals to remain honest and ethical when making decisions to reach long-term success. Additionally, Blaylock emphasizes that women should stay confident.

“Put the natural self-doubt aside that we as women have and focus on if the job is the right fit for you,” adds Blaylock. “Make a sound business decision for you and your family. Obtain the input you need and then simply go for it. Remain agile in all you do and remember to respect all people, including yourself!”

Katie Clancy
Team Lead, REALTOR®, Speaker, Trainer – The Cape House Team, William Raveis
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Futurists  

“Achieving balance over the course of a day or week, especially with children, is impossible. As a mother, especially, I recommend that you strive for balance over the course of years instead,” says Clancy. “Intense, time-consuming, distracting motherhood is a season. Also, be patient. Stop fretting over your success like you have to achieve massive goals before you’re 40. In my early 40s, I was destitute, depressed and almost divorced. Now almost 10 years later, I’m enjoying success, happiness and (mostly) balance at levels I never thought possible.”

In terms of gauging success, it’s subjective. Many don’t fully understand the barometer for their impact—a fact represented by Clancy’s inner circle of inspiration.

“I have a ‘Board of Advisors’ which consists of people from all parts of my life and the country. Some of them don’t even know they’re on it. They’re all the people whom I try to emulate for certain things: confidence, sales, leadership, style, marriage, parenting, etc.,” says Clancy. 

Cheryl Eidinger-Taylor
COO/President – ERA Key Real Estate
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Achievers

“I strive to make sure that each of my employees and agents knows that I care about them, both personally and professionally,” says Eidinger-Taylor.

In order to reach business success, she recommends that real estate professionals: 

  • Never stop learning
  • Read business books, self-improvement books and industry-related news, and listen to podcasts
  • Take the time to care for themselves so they can be of assistance to others
  • Spend 10-20 minutes per day in reflection/meditation or prayer—great ideas need to percolate
  • Walk the talk and lead by example
  • Listen twice as much as they speak
  • Practice compassion
  • Give their time, talent and treasure to others less fortunate

“If we all strive for these major things, then we are valuable to our clients and customers, and we keep their best interests in the forefront. Serving others is a gift that gives back because it creates a feeling of fulfillment and purpose,” says Eidinger-Taylor.

Isatou Ceesay
Broker – isatouproperties, CENTURY 21 Real Estate Center
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Crusaders

“Determination is the key to success in real estate, in my opinion. Clients will not have the confidence in you if you are not passionate with what you do for them,” says Ceesay. “Women should not be intimidated by any assignment. You will always have someone to work you through the hurdles. You are not alone.”

This includes not being afraid to pursue leadership roles in business segments that often have few females in charge.

“Commercial real estate comes to my mind right away. It is dominated by men and I don’t know why,” says Ceesay.

Nicole Lopez
Team Leader – The PR Group, Intero Real Estate Services
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Trendsetters

“I’ve always felt a distinct urge to help women who have a passion but might lack direction. Passion for the industry is something you can’t teach; however, I can help equip them with the tools needed to elevate and enhance my agents’ careers and lives. It is the most fulfilling aspect of what we do within the team,” says Lopez.

“I believe that in any sales profession, attaining and keeping the consumer’s attention is a large factor to achieving success within the field. We strive daily to come up with creative ideas to gain and maintain the consumer’s attention. This has helped us retain agents, listings and buyers,” adds Lopez.

Her “$ 250 in Free Tacos” promotion for her listings is one example of this, becoming a huge success after it gained national-level exposure.

“We love creating memorable experiences that keep our current and past clients engaged in our business and referrals coming. It’s truly the small things and attention to detail that will help keep your business booming for years to come,” she says.

Kiesha Curtis
Senior Buyer/Seller Specialist, REALTOR® – Realty Kings Properties
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Inspirations 

“A major key is being a student of my craft. I study real estate! In order to be an expert in this field or any field, you must know it and be able to convey your expertise to others in a way they can understand,” says Curtis. “Another key is understanding purpose…why you do what you do. Define that for yourself, because that is what will keep you going when nothing seems to be working.”

Overall, Curtis believes real estate professionals should place others first, valuing relationships over transactions.

“Make sure those you serve know that you can take care of business—the rest will take care of itself,” says Curtis. “You’ll be overflowing with repeat business and referrals.”

Jerri Udelson
Master Certified Coach – Entrepreneurial Coaching & Consulting
2019 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, Influencers

“As a coach, I partner with my clients, helping them create a vision for themselves and their business, acting as a sounding board and offering ideas and input when appropriate,” says Udelson. “I am often the cheerleader for clients who have no one else with whom they can feel comfortable and vulnerable in a highly-competitive environment.”

“Coaching has been key for women who have chosen to step up and start their own agencies or take their businesses to the next level by growing their teams,” adds Udelson.

The ideal atmosphere in which women thrive, according to Udelson? One of support and encouragement.

Know a Newsmaker? For information on nominating or becoming a 2020 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, please email our executive editor, Maria Patterson, at maria@rismedia.com.

Liz Dominguez is RISMedia’s associate content editor. Email her your real estate news ideas at ldominguez@rismedia.com.

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RISMedia Launches Video News Platform to Showcase Newsmakers, Power Brokers and Industry Leaders

Jan 31, 2019 by

New platform will support editorial content with video spotlights and behind-the-scenes interviews with real estate changemakers

RISMedia is excited to announce the launch of a new video news format that will showcase industry leaders, such as RISMedia’s Real Estate Newsmakers and Power Brokers, as well as support its ongoing editorial coverage of industry changemakers, news and events regularly covered in Real Estate magazine monthly and online daily at RISMedia.com.

Readers will find the new format included among RISMedia’s various news delivery systems, such as its daily e-News, news and video alerts, trending stories, blog updates and its social media sites. The videos will feature quick, one- to two-minute spotlights on Real Estate Newsmakers and Power Brokers, as well as behind-the-scenes looks at its monthly cover stories, feature stories and industry interviews with brokers, agents and service providers.

“Video is an extremely powerful and important communications medium in today’s world. Over the next few months, RISMedia is looking forward to incorporating more video news and information into all of our news and social media platforms,” says John Featherston, CEO and publisher of RISMedia. “From the Power Brokers to the Newsmakers, as well as the leading agents and agent teams we survey and profile, going forward, video will be playing an increased and important role in bringing our readers the news and information to help them effectively and profitably grow their businesses.”

RISMedia is excited to launch its first video news spotlights with two members of its recently published Real Estate Newsmakers showcase: 2019 RISMedia Newsmaker Angel Piontek, associate broker and VP of Marketing for Coldwell Banker Elite and 2019 RISMedia Newsmaker Morgan Carey, CEO of Real Estate Webmasters.

Watch Angel’s spotlight video here:

See Morgan’s video here:

Watch for more Newsmakers to be recognized through our video news series, where you will get unique insights into what makes some of the most influential people in the residential real estate industry operate on such an inspirational level.

Our soon-to-be released Power Broker Spotlight video series will offer a look into some of the top-performing brokerages in the U.S., their core values, and what makes them perform a cut above the rest!

Don’t forget to Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn so you don’t miss these insightful spotlights on our industry leaders. As always, we appreciate your feedback. Contact RISMedia editors at online@rismedia.com.

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Making Waves in More Ways Than One: Newsmakers in the Spotlight

Dec 9, 2018 by

Whether for commendable growth or inventive thinking, many of RISMedia’s 2019 Real Estate Newsmakers garnered headlines for more than one reason this year. Here, we highlight a selection of stories, with claims to fame that include increased marketshare, an IPO, and a pivotal rebrand.

Brian Bair (Trailblazer)
CEO & Co-Founder, Offerpad

  • In May 2018, Offerpad earned $ 150 million in a financing round.
  • In July, the company expanded its leadership team, adding a new chief of staff/COO and a new chief product and analytics officer. In September, the company hired a new CTO.

Adam Contos (Futurist)
CEO, RE/MAX

  • In February 2018, RE/MAX acquired booj, developer of lead gen systems, websites, and more.
  • In July, the company was named one of the top 10 “Global Franchises” by Entrepreneur. In October, the company was named one of the top 10 franchises by Franchise Times. In the second quarter of the year, agent count hit a new record: over 123,000 worldwide.

Dean deTonnancourt (Achiever)
CEO & President, HomeSmart Professionals Real Estate

  • In 2018, HomeSmart Professionals Real Estate expanded into Maine, its second marketplace in New England. The brokerage—HomeSmart International’s first franchise on the East Coast—was established in Rhode Island.
  • DeTonnancourt was named 2019 president of the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS® this year.

Cheryl Eidinger-Taylor (Achiever)
COO & President, ERA Key Realty Services

  • In February 2018, ERA Key Realty Services merged with HUNT Real Estate ERA, combining 1,600 agents and more than 50 locations in New England and New York.
  • In July, Eidinger-Taylor was awarded the Banker & Tradesman Women of FIRE award.

Georg Gerstenfeld (Trailblazer)
General Manager of Global Real Estate Solutions, DocuSign

  • In May 2018, DocuSign went public.
  • In October, the company debuted DocuSign Rooms for Mortgage, and in November, in conjunction with the National Association of REALTORS®, launched the “Go Digital” program for associations.

Daisy Lopez-Cid (Crusader)
Broker/Owner, RE/MAX Premier Properties

  • Lopez-Cid is the 2018 president of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP).
  • In January, she was named Humanitarian of the Year by the Osceola County Association of REALTORS® for her efforts following Hurricane Maria. In November, she was the recipient of RISMedia’s “On the Shoulders of Giants” award.

Diane Ramirez (Luminary)
CEO & Chairman, Halstead

  • In April 2018, Halstead Property rebranded to Halstead Real Estate, complete with a fresh logo, positioning and website.
  • Ramirez was named the 2019 chair of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® this year.

For the complete list of Newsmakers this year, browse our directory at RISMedia.com/2019-Newsmakers.

For more information on RISMedia’s Real Estate Newsmakers, please visit RISMedia.com.

Know a Newsmaker? For information on nominating or becoming a 2020 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, please email our executive editor, Maria Patterson, at maria@rismedia.com. Nominations will be accepted in early 2019.

For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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RISMedia’s 2019 Real Estate Newsmakers: Inside the Issue

Dec 8, 2018 by

RISMedia is closing out 2018 with credit to the Newsmakers—individuals in the industry who’ve made news in positive ways. Affecting their colleagues and communities through efforts that include innovation, leadership and humanitarianism, RISMedia’s Real Estate Newsmakers honors the impact they’ve had on the industry, and recognizes their success.

In the December issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine, you’ll find the Newsmakers showcase, highlighting those recognized this year. To access by category, turn to:

  1. 32 – The Influencers
  2. 36 – The Trailblazers
  3. 42 – The Futurists
  4. 48 – The Achievers
  5. 54 – The Crusaders
  6. 58 – The Inspirations
  7. 64 – The Luminaries
  8. 70 – The Trendsetters

RISMedia announced a call-out for Newsmaker nominations over the summer, following the inaugural induction of the 2018 Class of Newsmakers this past spring. Our 2019 Class of Newsmakers—comprising more than 230 individuals—was unveiled this week.

“In RISMedia’s Real Estate Newsmakers, you’ll find an inspirational overview of more than 230 industry leaders who are making a difference in the real estate and homeownership sectors, and whose actions have a far-reaching and profound impact on the real estate industry, from nationwide to their own local communities,” says John Featherston, CEO and publisher of RISMedia. “You’ll meet the thought leaders and the icons. The heroes and the champions of a better way. The ones who are breaking the mold and the ones who are leading the industry forward.”

Our 2019 Class of Newsmakers will be honored at the annual Newsmaker Awards Reception & Dinner, held in May 2019 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The event includes an awards ceremony denoting the Hall of Fame, a group of Newsmakers selected specially for the year.

The December issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine, which includes the Newsmakers showcase, is available for purchase on RISMedia.com.

Know a Newsmaker? For information on nominating or becoming a 2020 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, please email our executive editor, Maria Patterson, at maria@rismedia.com. Nominations will be accepted in early 2019.

For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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RISMedia’s 2019 Real Estate Newsmakers: Positivity Shines

Dec 4, 2018 by

Whether advocating for a cause, challenging “what’s always been done” or inspiring the masses, RISMedia’s 2019 Real Estate Newsmakers are linked by a shared thread: positivity. Our 2019 class contains the stories of more than 230 Newsmakers, or individuals in the industry making news in positive ways, from their backyard or on a bigger stage.

RISMedia’s Real Estate Newsmakers was born out of what we cover every day: our readers’ stories. It’s our goal to highlight the impact you’ve had on the industry and your neighborhoods, from the full-fledged Futurists looking beyond the here and now, to the Luminaries who’ve made their mark in real estate, and every Newsmaker in between.

The 2018 Class of Newsmakers—our first—were honored during our Real Estate Newsmaker Awards Reception & Dinner this past spring. After that, we asked the industry for their Newsmakers— many who’ve been unsung until now. Countless nominations were submitted over the summer, and we’ve been inspired and motivated by what you’ve shared. Here, we showcase their stories.

Know a Newsmaker? For information on nominating or becoming a 2020 RISMedia Real Estate Newsmaker, please email our executive editor, Maria Patterson, at maria@rismedia.com. Nominations will be accepted in early 2019.

For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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