Swanepoel T3 Group Adds New Brokerage Consulting Division
The Swanepoel T3 Group, the residential real estate industry’s premiere research and management consulting firm, has launched T3 Broker, a new division focused on serving real estate brokerage industry.
Wendy Forsythe, real estate veteran of 20 years and a Gen Xer, joins the Swanepoel T3 Group as the president of T3 Broker. A division of T3 Sixty, T3 Broker will provide management consulting services to U.S. and Canadian real estate brokerages regarding expansion strategies, business planning, market analysis, compensation evaluation and leadership development.
With extensive management experience in the real estate industry, Forsythe was formerly Head of Global Operations at Carrington Real Estate Services, a company with 36 offices and over $2.3 billion in annual sales. Previously she served as Senior Vice President of Network Services for Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, a Realogy brand, and Vice President of Sales for Royal LePage, Canada’s largest real estate company.
“Wendy is a talented strategic problem solver, yet her hands-on practical approach makes her the ideal management consultant,” said Stefan Swanepoel, CEO of the Swanepoel T3 Group. “We are thrilled that she chose to work with us. Her counseling will assist many brokerage companies be more successful.”
“The Swanepoel T3 Group’s reputation and credentials are unmatched in the real estate industry,” said Forsythe. “I’m thrilled to work with Stefan Swanepoel, Jack Miller, Kevin McQueen, Aman Daro and the entire team.”
About the Swanepoel T3 Group:
The Swanepoel T3 Group offers a growing suite of services, which include management consulting with
T3 Sixty, T3 MLS and T3 Broker, events with T3 Summit, and a brokerage accelerator program with T3 Fellows. The group also publishes the annual Swanepoel Trends Report, its annual analysis of the top trends shaping the real estate industry; the bi-annual T3 Tech Guide; and the annual SP200, the ranking of real estate’s most powerful leaders and executives.