DMAR Members on Swanepoel Power 200 List | 2024
The overall 2023 Leadership Rankings, the Power 200, ranks the most powerful leaders in the residential real estate brokerage industry as of December 31, 2022. Listed here is the five classification methodologies used in creating the five sections of the Real Estate Almanac.
Congratulations to the DMAR members who made the list!
Chad Ochsner, Broker-Owner, RE/MAX Alliance
Ranking: No. 47
Ochsner owns Denver-based brokerage Re/Max Alliance, which has nearly 800 agents who do approximately $4.5 billion in annual sales. He is a second-generation Realtor® who has also served as a director of the Colorado Association of Realtors® and has been on the board of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® and REColorado (Denver’s MLS), as well as the advisory boards of Realtor.com, Zillow and Trulia.
Last year, Ochsner was ranked No. 46
Scott Webber, Chairman and CEO, Majestic Realty Collective
Ranking: No. 49
Webber oversees Majestic Realty Collective, a brokerage company built of several Sotheby’s International Realty brokerages. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty is the collective’s largest firm – in total, the firm has 57 offices in five western states. Combined, the companies rank as the nation’s 15th largest brokerage with approximately 1,200 agents who do nearly $14–billion in annual sales. Webber has over four decades of real estate experience including time as a senior vice president at Anywhere Real Estate.
Last year, Webber was ranked No. 34.
Stacie Staub Co-Founder and CEO, West + Main Homes
Staub leads West + Main Homes, which has approximately 420 agents who do approximately $1.4 billion in annual sales. The firm, which she co-founded in 2017, has offices in Colorado, Oklahoma, Oregon, Minnesota and North Carolina. In addition to ownership, the company has begun franchising its brand to other locations.
The Swanepoel Power 200 ranks the most powerful leaders in the residential real estate brokerage industry as 2024 kicks off. Criteria used to rank leaders include the scope and power of leaders’ positions, the financial resources they have at their disposal, whether they have equity stake in their company, their trajectory and much more. For a detailed description of the careful methodology T3 Sixty used to determine the rankings, please see the methodology here.
The SP 200 reflects the relative power of leaders in the industry and is not a company ranking. Size and sales volume listed in bios provide framing and, while used to determine ranking, were just part of the data considered. Note that the numbers used in many of the bios reflect full-year 2022 data, as those are the only available across the board for all companies. Most companies have not completed their 2023 financials. When they do this spring, T3 Sixty will publish its annual ranking of the industry’s largest brokerages, brands and enterprises.