For the sixth consecutive year, Todd Hetherington, CEO and Co-Owner of NM Management, Inc., has been ranked among the Most Powerful People in Residential Real Estate, according to the newly published Swanepoel Trending Report. The Swanepoel Power 200 Report recognizes 200 of the real estate industry’s most influential thought leaders and senior executives.
Together with his business partner, Mary Lynn Stone, President and Co-Owner of NM Management, Inc., Hetherington has led the Northern Virginia-based full-service real estate brokerage to become the top producing CENTURY 21® organization in the world five times this decade. The CENTURY 21 System comprises a global network of approximately 122,000 brokers and sales associates in more than 8,000 offices in 80 countries and territories worldwide.
“There are approximately 900 reasons my name is on this great Swanepoel Power list again this year,” Hetherington said. “I am privileged to represent a growing number of absolutely incredible, hard-working sales professionals and staff members who put their hearts and souls into everything they do. All their names should be on this list, too.”
According to the Washington Business Journal, CENTURY 21 New Millennium ranks No. 3 among the Top 25 Residential Real Estate Brokerages in the Greater Washington Area, as ranked by Metro-area sales volume. The company generated more than $3 billion in sales in 2018, and has 20 locations and more than 900 real estate professionals serving clients in the Washington, D.C. region that includes portions of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Further, New Millennium was named one of The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces in 2018, ranking #10 across all industries and #1 in real estate. CENTURY 21 New Millennium is a member of the largest relocation network in the world, the Cartus Broker Network, and has been awarded the prestigious Cartus Masters Cup, the Network’s highest honor.
This is the sixth edition of the SP200, which is published by the real estate research and management consulting firm T3 Sixty each January. The firm uses a rigorous three-part methodology to rank leaders with the aid of organizational charts and proprietary data from leaders and their representatives as well as information from the firm’s Mega 1000 report, the annual ranking of industry brokerages, franchisors and holding companies by size. T3 Sixty analyzes more than 3,000 industry CEOs, executives and leaders to build each year’s list.