Rand Brothers Named Top Leaders In Real Estate

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Brothers Included In Swanepoel Power 200, An Independent Ranking Of Real Estate Professionals

Matthew, Joseph, and Daniel Rand have been named to the Swanepoel Power 200, an independent ranking of the most powerful residential real estate leaders in the United States, according to Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate | Rand Realty

The SP200 (Swanepoel Power 200) is the definitive ranking of residential real estate’s top leaders produced by industry visionary Stefan Swanepoel’s T3 Consulting Group and published by the Real Estate Almanac (realestatealmanac.com). To produce the report each year, the T3 team invests over 400 hours of research, countless internal debates, deep analysis of numbers and organizational charts, and candidly question what power actually means.

“We are truly honored that Stefan Swanepoel, Jack Miller and everyone at T3 ranked our leadership team among the most powerful individuals in residential real estate.” said Joe Rand, Chief Creative Officer. “And of course, I would be remiss if I did not give much of the credit to our founder, Marsha Rand, without whom, none of this would have been possible!

Matt Rand, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate | Rand Realty’s Chief Executive said “It’s an honor to be part of this list of amazingly talented and visionary leaders.”

The family-owned brokerage encompasses northern New Jersey, the Bronx, and the Mid-Hudson region and has 1,904 agents who do nearly $2.3 billion in annual sales.

Dan Rand echoed Matt’s enthusiasm, “It’s very exciting to be recognized as a national force in the residential real estate industry.  We’ve worked very hard to expand our market footprint, our market share, and our service offerings. Appearing on this list helps validate that we continue to move in the right direction”

T3’s team evaluates the Top 200 based on the office they hold, their decision-making power, the financial resources at their disposal, their organization’s industry significance and geographical reach, their tenure, and their personal influence in the industry.