Monday, January 25, 2021

The world’s highest paid estate agent

New York realtor paid £29.9 million in 2015

 

On Thursday, The Real Deal reported that Howard Lorber, chairman of Douglas Elliman, the fourth largest real estate group in the USA, took home £29.9 million ($42.5 million) in total pay in 2015.

 

The world’s highest paid estate agent
Howard Lorber was the world’s highest paid estate agent in 2015 with a total take home sum of £29.9 million

 

New York based Lorber, 67, whose total pay in 2014 was £21.1 million ($30 million), was well ahead of peers. His nearest rivals, Richard Smith, CEO of Realogy Holdings – parent to the Corcoran Group – took home £6.4 million ($9.1 million) in 2015 whilst Vornado CEO Steve Roth’s total was a little higher at £7 million ($9.9 million).

 

Of his situation, Lorber (whose additional pay for his roles as a board member of Nathan’s Famous and a director of Morgans Hotel Group is not stated), casually remarked: “I’m happy that I did a deal and I’m here for at least seven years – hopefully longer”. He concluded: “I love what I do”. You bet he does.

 

 

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    8 COMMENTS

    1. I love what I do, Pleeeeeeeeese give me a break.
      It’s just incredible don’t ya think, people on our planet with no roof and a slice of Hovis to eat.

        • I don’t care for Sorrell. He never stops whining about anti semitism in the UK: a country where Jewish people have never been held back from achieving greatness in every sphere. The fact is no one-especially other Jews, like the man. But, to give him credit he has welded together an empire peopled by very difficult and disloyal staff. For that, I give him credit. His ex wife, lives around the corner from me. I am not surprised he dumped her. A marriage of disagreeable equals.

    2. Don’t envy him.

      It’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.

      I say good luck to him. His days are numbered.

      • Yes, but Jesus said, “my father’s house has many mansions” so the unpleasant rich will be kept away from us

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