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2 - Foro AMPI Guadalajara
SOSTENIBILIDAD EN EL MUNDO INMOBILIARIO
GUADALAJARA – JALISCO
2 DE SEPTIEMBRE 2016
ING. JOAN PASSOLAS FARRERONS
LA IMPORTANCIA DEL
TURISMO EN EL MUNDO
ACCESO TORRE EIFFEL
AÑO 2015: 1.184 MILLONES
“TURISMO SOSTENIBLE IMPULSOR DEL DESARROLLO E INTEGRACIÓN DE LA REGIÓN CARIBE
COLOMBIANO”
ACTUALIZACIÓN DE LA BASE
DE LOS FACTORES DE SOSTENIBILIDAD
The Most Powerful People in Residential
Real Estate 2016
1
Richard Smith Chairman and CEO Realogy Holdings Corp.
As the company's leader for over 18 years, Smith wields power over the industry's
largest real estate conglomerate and continues his reign as the most powerful man
in real estate for the third year running. Under Smith's leadership, Realogy
continues to grow and is very profitable
2
Ron Peltier
Chairman and CEO
HomeServices of America, Inc
Under Peltier's leadership, HomeServices of America posted solid growth year
over year, while continuing to consolidate its gains and acquisitions from the past
couple of years. In 2015, HomeServices added a few companies, the largest of
which was First Weber in Wisconsin, with 1,200 agents in nearly 60 offices and
$2.5 billion in sales in 2014
3
Spencer Rascoff
Chief Executive Officer
Zillow Group
Zillow's throttle has only two settings: Fast and Faster. Rascoff joined the company
as one of its founding employees in 2005 and currently serves as its CEO. He had
a busy year, doubling the company's revenue from a year earlier, acquiring
dotLoop, and cutting Zillow's losses on Market Leader
4
Gary Keller
Co-Founder and Chairman
Keller Williams Realty International
Keller is the co-founder and mastermind behind the fast-growing global real estate
brand that began 2015 as the largest real estate company in the U.S. (with
112,000 agent count) and growing by 17 percent by year-end to more than
131,000 agents worldwide
5
Dale Stinton
Chief Executive Officer
National Association of REALTORS®
Stinton, in his 10th year as CEO, continues to bring incredible leadership to the 1.1
million REALTOR® Trade Association. Highlights of the year include the securing
and funding of the Project Upstream initiative, the zipLogix forms and TM deal, and
the release of the impactful DANGER Report
6
Alex Perriello
President and CEO
Realogy Franchise Group
Perriello oversees six of the top ten franchise brands in residential real estate,
representing some 260,000 agents working at 13,600 franchised offices in 105
countries. Perriello also led the rollout of the Zap platform-the new back office
program for the Realogy family of companies
7
Bruce G. Zipf
President and CEO
NRT, LLC
Zipf heads the largest residential real estate brokerages in the U.S. with seven
EVPs managing 790 offices and over 47,000 agents, representing the company
owned stores within the Realogy Stable that collectively account for over $156
billion in annual sales
8
Dave Liniger
Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO
RE/MAX, LLC
Liniger, already chairman, doubles up as CEO of the company he founded after the
unexpected departure of former CEO, Margaret Kelly. The 100,000+ agent
company posted solid growth in its second year as a public company and remains
#1 in annual sales with over 890,000 transaction sides
9
Robert Moline
CEO
HomeServices Real Estate Networks
Moline serves as president and CEO of the company-owned stores in the nation's
second largest real estate brokerage company, closing approximately $80 billion a
year in residential real estate transactions. He reached national acclaim this year
for leading the charge for Project Upstream and the Broker Public Portal. He also
served on the NAR MLS Technology and Emerging Issues Advisory Board
10
Budge Huskey
Chief Executive Officer
Coldwell Banker Real Estate, LLC
After 30 years, 12 of them in executive positions, Huskey retains his high national
persona as one of the most revered CEOs in the industry. He serves as CEO of
the oldest and most iconic national franchise real estate brand, Coldwell Banker,
with more than 88,000 agents in 3,000 offices accounting for of over $165 billion in
annual sales
11
Ryan O'Hara
President and CEO
Move, Inc.
O'Hara joined Move, Inc. as CEO in January 2015 and quickly integrated Move into
the News Corp platform. That was a record year for realtor.com, reshaping the
online real estate landscape, narrowing the field to two dominant players, and
creating significant business momentum
12
Jim M. Weichert
Chairman, CEO and President
Weichert REALTORS®
Weichert established his company in 1969 and grew it from a single office into one
of the two largest full-service real estate and financial services groups in the
country. The group does not participate in any annual surveys but it is estimated to
have a total of about 450 company-owned and franchise offices, and 15,000 sales
associates generating an annual sales volume of over $30 billion
13
Wesley Foster
Chairman and CEO
Long and Foster Companies
After co-founding the company in 1968, and becoming the sole owner in 1979,
Foster built the company up to one of the two largest privately owned real estate
firms in the country with 11,290 agents in 227 offices, producing more than $26
billion in annual sales
14
Rick Davidson
President and CEO
Century 21 Real Estate
Davidson was appointed president and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate in February
2010, heading up one of the most iconic and largest residential real estate
franchise companies in the world with over 100,000 agents working from 6,900
franchised offices in 78 countries
15
Howard and Helen Casey
President and Chairman/CEO
Hanna Holdings
The dynamic sibling team of Hoddy and Helen are the third generation to run this
family-owned company that was founded in 1957 by their parents. The company
spans over 200 offices with approximately 5,500 sales associates and over a $12
billion in annual sales volume
16
Chris Heller & John Davis
CEO and President
Keller Williams Realty International
In a partnership of equals, Heller and Davis were promoted to lead Keller Williams
through the most successful year in the franchise's history, reaching an all time
record breaking 131,000 agents as well as various other metrics. Heller is involved
with industry initiatives like Project Upstream while Davis drives their growth
initiative
17
Kuba Jewgieniew
Founder and CEO
Realty ONE Group
Jewgieniew is a former stockbroker and computer programmer who continues to
build one of the fastest growing new real estate brokerages in the U.S. The
company ended 2015 with more than 8,500 agents, closing more than 27,000
transactions totaling over $8.5 billion in annual sales
18
Dorothy "Dottie" Herman
President and CEO
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
In 2003, Herman and her partner acquired Douglas Elliman and turned it into New
York's largest residential brokerage, with 70 offices and over 4,700 real estate
professionals producing in excess of $18.2 billion in annual sales throughout the
East Coast. She also hosts the Saturday morning radio show, Eye on Real Estate
19
Geoff Lewis
President
RE/MAX LLC
Lewis joined RE/MAX in 2004 as General Counsel and less than a year later he
became SVP and chief legal officer. He was promoted to EVP, chief legal and
compliance officer in 2014 and took over as president in May 2015. He has a
master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Colorado and a
JD from the University of Virginia
20
Philip Soper
President and CEO
Royal LePage
As leader of Brookfield Real Estate Services, Soper coordinates Canada's largest
real estate company with more than 320 franchisees in over 650 locations with
some 17,000 agents operating under the Royal LePage, Johnston & Daniel, and
Via Capitale brands
21
Gino Blefari
CEO
HSF Affiliates LLC
Blefari is the CEO for HSF Affiliates LLC, which operates the franchise network of
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Prudential Real Estate, and Real Living Real
Estate. The franchise group has over 400 affiliates and 45,000 agents and
generates almost $100 billion in annual sales volume.
22
Paul Hulme
Co-Founder and CEO
Alain Pinel Realtors
Hulme became sole owner of APR in 1995 and has built it into one of the largest
residential real estate companies in the country with more than 1,300 agents
generating over $10.8 billion in sales. In High School he went undefeated in
boxing, was ordained the Bishop of his church, and completed his tour of duty as a
commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force before entering real estate.
23
Glenn Kelman
CEO and President
Redfin
Kelman leads Redfin, a company whose controversial salaried business model
receives a lot of airtime as a popular topic of discussion. That company has raised
an astounding $166.6 million and its great online and mobile capabilities give most
companies a run for their money.
24
Harold Crye
President and CEO
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services
Crye co-founded the company in 1977 with his partner Dick Leike, and
subsequently grew it into 115 offices with more than 3,000 agents and $4.7 billion
in annual sales. He has also built strong recognition and credibility through many
national roles, including currently serving as CEO and chairman of Reliance
Relocation Services.
25
Pam O'Connor
President and CEO
Leading Real Estate Companies
O'Connor heads up the largest network of real estate brokerage companies in the
world. The network has 530 member firms, with more than 125,000 agents working
from some 3,500 offices generating $1.1 million transactions representing an
astounding $330 billion in annual home sales.
SEGURIDAD:
NUEVO ESCENARIO MUNDIAL,
QUE ALTERA TOTALMENTE LOS PRINCIPIOS DE
PERCEPCIÓN DE SEGURIDAD.
EL TURISMO HOY: OBJETIVO DEL TERROR EN
ALGUNAS ZONAS DE LA TIERRA
DIVERSOS EJEMPLOS
DE PERCEPCIÓN DE SEGURIDAD Y
ESTADÍSTICAS
A NIVEL GLOBAL
Y ESPECIALMENTE DE AMÉRICA
Homicidios (2015) por continentes.
América 157.000
África 135.000
Asia 122.000
Europa 22.000
Oceanía 1.100
Total - 437.000
Tasa por asesinatos por 100.000 habitantes
en América Latina
EQUIVALENCIA MUNDIAL DE LOS ASESINATOS
COMETIDOS
EN CADA ESTADO DE MÉXICO
Honduras es el país con más alta tasa
de homicidios en el mundo, de conformidad
con los informes y estadísticas de Naciones
Unidas.
2014: 7.172 muertos, lo que supone una tasa
de 90,4(por cada 100.00 habitantes.)
Un varón de cada 280 entre 30 y 44 años.
Y uno de cada de 360 entre 15 y 29 años.
Pero sigue en tendencia descendente, aunque
no tan importante y acentuada como
la de El Salvador, cuya tasa que ha descendido
a 2.594 homicidios (promedio anual),
lo que supone una tasa de 41,2.
A nivel mundial la tasa promedio de homicidios
es de 6.2 por cada 100.000 habitantes;
pero América Central y el Sur de África tienen tasas
que superan 4 veces las mas altas y le siguen América
del Sur, África Central y el Caribe.
Los 5 países con menos homicidios en el mundo son:
Mónaco y Liechtenstein (tasa 0.0 - 1 muerto)
Singapur (tasa 0.2 - 11 muertos)
Japón (tasa 0.3 - 442 muertos)
Islandia (tasa 0.3 - 1 muerto)
Kuwait y Hong Kong (tasa 0.4 - 12 y 27 muertos
respectivamente)
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