Marki Lemons Ryhal and Skyler M. Lemons

EXIT Strategy Realty


Marki Lemons Ryhal, Real Estate Keynote Speaker, ReMarkiTable LLC

Skyler M. Lemons, Real Estate Consultant

Six generations of entrepreneurs. Four generations of historically Black colleges and universities graduates. Four generations of Divine Nine members. Two generations of Realtors. The Lemons surname is a Chicago South Side household name, dating back to 1954 when the family opened Chicago’s second-oldest Black restaurant, Lem’s Bar-B-Que.

A proud Chicago native and fifth-generation entrepreneur, Marki Lemons-Ryhal is a renowned real estate educator, keynote speaker and five-time international bestselling author, specializing in social media training for brokers, banks and title companies. Over the last 15 years, Ryhal, the founder of ReMarkiTable LLC, has taught more than 500,000 students and written more than 100 classes approved for continuing education.

Both Rhyal and her son Skyler M. Lemons got their entrepreneurial starts in the family restaurant business. Before graduating from Howard University with a degree in finance, Lemons accepted an offer as a consultant with a Fortune 500 company. Equipped with best practices gained from his successful experience as a consultant, he combines predictive analytics and proven methods to structure winning offers while selling homes quickly. Through exceptional communication and transparency, clients trust that he will find the perfect opportunity at the right price.

This year, Lemons joined his mother onstage at Inman Connect for his first speaking engagement and received glowing reviews. Ryhal, a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority, and Lemons, a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, both believe in public service and are Realtors’ Political Action Committee major investors and avid volunteers.

Professional successes aside, Ryhal is most proud of her son for fulfilling his dreams and joining her in the world of real estate.

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