We are proud to announce that a number of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties agents and teams have made the 10th annual The Thousand list of America’s top 1,000 real estate sales professionals and teams. REAL Trends, in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal, recognized agents nationwide who ranked in the top one-half of 1 percent of more than 1,100,000 REALTORS® nationwide.
“Being ranked in the REAL Trends The Thousand is an incredible accomplishment.”
The Thousand is divided into four categories, each listing the top 250 designees: Individual Agent-Sales Volume; Individual Agent-Transaction Sides; Agent Team-Sales Volume; and Agent Team-Transaction Sides. This year, REAL Trends added two new categories: Individual Agent-Average Sales Price; Agent Team-Average Sales Price. These new categories offer an additional way to look at some of the top real estate professionals across the United States.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties agents and teams placed in four categories on the 2015 The Thousand list:
“These leading real estate sales professionals have shown that in up markets, down markets and flat markets, they know how to grow and prosper. 2014 was actually a down year in unit sales, yet these top-performing sales agents and teams increased their business and their market share,” said Steve Murray, publisher of REAL Trends The Thousand.
“Given that the national averages are fewer than 10 closed transactions and less than $1.2 million in closed volume per agent or team, and that these top people did more than 20 times that amount, these results speak to the extraordinary success of The Thousand. Being ranked in the REAL Trends The Thousand is an incredible accomplishment.”
REAL Trends The Thousand honors America’s finest real estate agents and their companies. The rankings are compiled based on surveys from virtually every branded network and verified by independent sources and the REAL Trends senior staff. The complete REAL Trends The Thousand list is available online and an abridged version is published in the June 26, 2015, edition of The Wall Street Journal.