What would it be like to sell real estate in a world without the Internet? Our “30 Under 30” for 2006 will never know. Every one of them entered the business after the now decade-old Internet revolution. Concepts like e-mail marketing and Web sites are second-nature to them. Despite their youth, this year’s 30s are well-moored in the past. Many credit parents, grandparents, and mentors in the business who contributed to their success. REALTOR® Magazine received more than 550 applications for “30 under 30.” The editors selected a group that reflects the geographic, ethnic, and career diversity of NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® members. Humbled by the slowdown they’re experiencing in some markets, the Class of 2006 is nonetheless optimistic about continuing on their path to success.