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’30 Under 30′: Seeking a Higher Level

by: Jeff Quintin, on May 29, 2010 - Press Release

Meet the class of 2010 and learn about this special feature’s 10-year anniversary.
By Tanya Loh and Katherine Tarbox | June 2010

Balancing independent thinking with a healthy respect for their mentors, our honorees for 2010 are integrating new media with old-school touches. Many started their real estate careers while in college— and most of these educated young pros favor higher standards for the business. They’re demonstrating vision and commitment as they bridge generation gaps, turn around tough situations, and help manifest their clients’ dreams.

This year, REALTOR® Magazine also is celebrating its 10th anniversary of “30 Under 30.” We reconnected with past honorees to find out what they’ve been up to in the years since they were named to “30 Under 30.” We also invited all past and present honorees to Chicago to commemorate the 10th anniversary of this special feature. An impressive group of 91 joined us at Chicago’s historic Union Station— a fitting backdrop for these on-the-move professionals. Daniel Burnham, the building’s architect, famously said, “Make no small plans.”

PROFILES Read the extended profiles of the 2010 Class of “30 Under 30.”

INTERACTIVE PHOTO View the interactive 10th Anniversary photo in Chicago’s Union Station, where 91 past honorees convened.

10th ANNIVERSARY FEATURE Find out what lessons our past honorees have learned over the years and watch the behind-the-scenes video to get a taste of the excitement and hard work that went into this year’s “30 Under 30” photo shoot.

MORE INFORMATION Each June, REALTOR® Magazine features 30 rising young stars in the real estate industry. Watch for more information in the coming weeks on how to nominate yourself for the 2011 class. Any REALTOR® member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® who is under age 30 as of May 31, 2011, and who has not been profiled in a previous “30 Under 30” feature, is eligible to apply.

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