SkySlope CEO, Tyler Smith, Recognized on The Swanepoel Power 200

We are proud to announce that SkySlope CEO, Tyler Smith was recognized as number 90 on The Swanepoel Power 200 (SP 200) list. Since his debut on the list in 2020, Smith has climbed 94 spots in the ranking, and this year marks his first time in the top 100. 

The SP 200 is the definitive ranking of the most powerful and influential executives in the residential real estate brokerage industry and is published annually by T3 Sixty.

Smith joins some of the biggest names in Real Estate including Gary Keller, co-founder and executive chairman of kwx, Glenn Sanford, founder and CEO of eXp World Holdings, and Robert Reffkin, Co-Founder and CEO of Compass.

“I would like to extend my sincere congratulations to everyone who is included in the list and thank you for the extensive research that T3 Sixty dedicates to producing the SP 200,” says Smith. “Being included is a true testament to the hard work and dedication of my entire team at SkySlope. I am proud of the accomplishments of our company and look forward to continuing to serve the industry with excellence.”

As founder and CEO, Smith continues to play a major role in growing SkySlope into a leading transaction management solution for some of the largest brokerages, MLSs, and associations in the industry. Founded in 2011 with the intention to create technology that makes life easier for real estate professionals, Smith pioneered SkySlope to be the all-in-one platform designed for brokers and agents to execute, store, organize, and audit real estate documents.

In addition to its core transaction platform, SkySlope offers a dynamic set of solutions that are integrated with the platform for added functionality such as digital signature and forms to bolster the value that SkySlope offers to real estate brokers and agents. SkySlope aims to build self-driving technology that reduces screen time and gives users more free time.

Prior to SkySlope, Smith spent several years in the real estate industry earning accolades like REALTOR Magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 award. Smith is also a proud Seed Investor with an eye for SaaS tech that’s aimed at revolutionizing B2B and B2C businesses.

The SP 200 evaluates leaders based on the office they hold, the decision-making power associated with the office, the financial resources at their disposal, their organization’s industry significance and geographical reach, public announcements about imminent changes, their tenure, and their personal influence in the industry. For more information on The Swanepoel Power 200 and to see the full list, visit

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