Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors Congratulates Paul Schneider – Broker of the Year and Several High-Achieving Commercial Brokers Nominated from Pinnacle
Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors, LLC would like to congratulate Principal, Paul Schneider for receiving the DMCAR Heavy Hitters Broker of the Year Award. Recognizing his industry leadership, professionalism, business acumen and unwavering dedication to all those around him, The Denver Metro Commercial Association of REALTORS® (DMCAR) has named Paul Schneider as its Broker of the Year for 2021. In addition, DMCAR recognized Josh Newell, Jim Knowlton, Robert Lawson and Mike Krebsbach as top ten finishers in the Heavy Hitters multifamily category. Derek Greer and Jason McClanahan were finalists as young broker nominees, with Jason McClanahan also receiving a top ten nomination in the land category.
“Paul bolted out of the gate at full stride from day one,” said Matt Ritter. “He is hard-working, energetic and intelligent, which is a recipe for success in any field. He has taken the reins of and continues to approach each new situation in an innovative and creative way.”
A well-respected industrial broker, Schneider has been a Pinnacle industrial top producer four of the past five years and has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal as a DMCAR Heavy Hitter numerous times over the past 15 years.
“Not only is he the longest tenured broker at Pinnacle, he’s been instrumental in starting and growing the industrial side of our business and serving as a leader and mentor to many young brokers and employees over the last decade and a half,” added Ritter. “Paul is a dynamic, super intelligent individual and a leader who brings nothing but positive energy to all those around him. He deserves every bit of what he has achieved.”
“We are incredibly proud to have Paul on our Pinnacle team,” said Jeff Johnson. “As one of our principals, he has been a steadfast advocate for our clients, our staff, and our company’s vision over the years. He truly reflects the very best of our company values both internally and externally.”