Steve Snider – Real Estate Broker
Steve Snider is a seasoned real estate broker and founding member of Snider & Weinstein PLLC, where he practices tax-advantaged real estate and corporate transactions.
He possesses natural business acumen and is dedicated to team-building and helping agents understand the market. Furthermore, his focus lies on growth and strategic partnering.
Early Life and Education
Steve Snider hails from a small town in Southern Jackson County where he excelled academically and athletically. Playing football and track in high school, then moving on to Jackson Community College and Western Michigan University after graduation was both impressive academically and athletically.
Greensburg Salem coach Tim Snider was an inspirational figure, leading both cross country and track teams to great success under his direction. According to former coaches, his positive energy and pre-meet speeches became legendary among them.
Life Champs Sports was co-founded by Snider in order to foster excellence in athletic competition while teaching kids character, attitude and purpose through competition. He serves on Fellowship Associates and Pulaski Academy College Prepatory School boards and is an ardent believer that businesspeople do more good for society through commercial activities than through charity donations.
He is an exceptionally hard-working self-starter and creative problem solver, focused on producing tangible results in all he does. He holds both an MA in Humanities and Leadership from New College of California with a specialization in Creation Spirituality as well as two BA degrees: Contemporary Religious Studies and Transpersonal Psychology from Prescott College.
His natural business acumen allows clients and agents to gain a deeper understanding of the market through team building and strategic partnering. He is an active philanthropist who is dedicated to local equity issues as well as global poverty issues through AfricaWorks – an Africa based non-profit which offers sustainable business initiatives in five African nations.
Nancy Jo Snider teaches cello at American University and performs internationally with period instrument ensembles and the INTERFERENCE new music collective. A passionate educator, Nancy takes great joy in sharing her love of music with others.
Achievement and Honors
Snider founded D1 Training in Little Rock, which quickly rose into one of its top-5 revenue-generating locations worldwide. He cofounded Life Champs Sports as well, a youth sports organization focused on cultivating young leaders while planting healthy churches that impact communities worldwide.
Snider has an instinctive business acumen and a keen understanding of team- and brand-building, applying his talents in real estate to expand and partner strategically with his agents.
Master Chief Snider served aboard the USS Mustin (DDG 89) from April 2012 to January 2015; Naval Air Facility Misawa from August 2017 to July 2020; and Navy Region Japan/Naval Cyber Warfare Development Group from July 2021 onward. He lives by the mantra, ‘It’s a beautiful day’; encouraging his family, friends and students alike to appreciate each day as a gift and enjoy every minute.
Hobbies for John included photography, hiking and sailing; teaching auto mechanics to various high schools for 25 years was another passion of his. John leaves behind his beloved wife Deborah Woods Snider; two sons Matthew and Nathan Snider as well as Julia and Luke Snider who will miss him deeply; his brother-in-laws John Wilson & Constance Wilson of Frank Woods as well as many nieces & nephews he loved greatly.
Snider brings his natural business acumen to his work as a broker at One Sotheby’s International Realty, serving Aventura, Sunny Isles and Surfside at his branch office in Miami Beach. As team leader he prioritizes agent development and strategic partnering. Furthermore, Snider is active in philanthropy; developing AfricaWorks which supports sustainable business initiatives in Mozambique as well as hosting the ROCKERS ON BROADWAY rock concert series to support Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS/nonprofit performing arts education programs.
Dorothy Stratten was a model who made money through modeling. In 1980, she won Playboy Playmate of the Year honors and received several prizes including a Jaguar sports car as prizes. Additionally, Dorothy made some extra cash through acting career.
Stratten had an exceptional lifestyle and was an accomplished individual in her own right, owning several houses and amassing an abundance of luxurious items, not to mention being an enthusiastic philanthropist.
She donated generously to local and international non-profit organizations. As an animal lover, she particularly cherished spending time with her dogs. Additionally, she enjoyed socializing and travelling abroad for pleasure – always leaving others smiling behind her! She was known to make others smile.