Insider’s 30 Under 35 Rising Stars of Real Estate of 2021

  • Meet Insider’s slate of up-and-coming talent in commercial and residential real estate. 
  • We selected 30 young professionals 35 and under whose leadership spans a vast industry.
  • The list ranges from innovators at firms like Blackstone to startup founders with inspiring goals. 

The COVID-19 pandemic turbocharged residential real-estate markets and threw commercial ones into a tizzy as Americans reassessed their home and work lives. This year, some of the most disruptive reactions — from


-town booms to retail-store reimagining — became longer-term trends.

Companies, policymakers, and advocates have responded to the persistent demand for housing at the affordable and luxury levels. Winners and losers have emerged from the battle between office barons and work-from-home defenders. Real-estate investing has expanded to the meme-stock crowd, which believes anyone can become a landlord.

Propelling these developments through the morass is a slate of visionary young industry leaders. Insider has tried to capture the brightest of the bunch in our second-annual “Rising Stars of Real Estate” list.

Our inbox was flooded with nominations for brokers who blasted through sales records, thanks to increased mobility of homeowners and renters, as well as a second year of soaring prices. As technology plays an ever-growing role in transactions and property management, scores of young executives behind property-technology, or proptech, startups emerged as formidable contenders. You’ll see some of the most ambitious and creative on the list below.

But real estate isn’t all about making money. The acceleration of housing demand at a time of economic uncertainty has also put a spotlight on people disadvantaged by the trend, and some of our rising stars are fighting to fix what’s wrong with the system.

We asked that nominees for the list be no older than 35 as of November, work in the US, and stand out from their peers. Out of the scores of outstanding young people leading the next generation, we’ve highlighted 30 to watch.

Presented in alphabetical order by first name, here are the rising stars of real estate for 2021.

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