The News Funnel Releases Results of its Poll Naming Bay Area Real Estate Legends
Real Estate Rockstars poll series draws huge response from subscribers of The News Funnel
NEW YORK CITY (December 19, 2013) – The News Funnel has released results of its newest Real Estate Rockstars Poll. The fast growing real estate news site polled its several thousand subscribers, asking them to name Bay Area’s leading real estate legends.
The weekly Real Estate Rockstars poll series is part of The News Funnel’s blogging initiatives for FunnelCast, which produces daily human-interest stories covering the real estate industry.
Winners from this poll were dependent upon the total number of responses they received. The winning Bay Area legends with the most votes are listed below.
Jim Buie – Hines
Michael Covarrubias – TMG Partners
George Marcus – Marcus & Millichap
Hamid Moghadam - Prologis
Constance Moore – BRE Properties
Jeanne Myerson – The Swig Company
Stuart Shiff – DivcoWest
Doug Shorenstein – Shorenstein Company
John Sobrato - The Sobrato Organization
Jeffrey Weber – Eastdil Secured
FunnelCast will be conducting surveys on an ongoing basis in each of The News Funnel’s 31 primary markets. For more details on the winners and to see all of The News Funnel’s current and past polls, articles and exclusive interviews, visit FunnelCast.
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