Keller Williams Leads Industry with More Top Agent Teams Ranked by Transactions

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Posted on June 26, 2015 by Keller Williams Realty International

Keller Williams, the largest real estate franchise in the world by agent count, has more high-performing agent teams ranked by transaction than any other real estate franchise listed in the 2015 REAL Trends “The Thousand”, published in conjunction with The Wall Street Journal. Overall, Keller Williams has 120 agent teams recognized in the 10th annual listing of America’s top real estate sales professionals and teams.

“Keller Williams’ strong showing in this year’s ‘The Thousand’ annual listing comes as no surprise,” said Chris Heller, CEO, Keller Williams.

“We are extremely honored to be in business with these real estate teams, whose success clearly puts them in the top one percent of real estate professionals nationwide.”

REAL Trends, Inc., a leading source of analysis on the real estate industry, partners with the Wall Street Journal each year to compile an industry summary of the Top 1,000 real estate agents and teams in the United States. The report categorizes the Top 250 real estate professionals by transaction sides and volume, as well as team sides and volume.

The REAL Trends “The Thousand” featured 72 Keller Williams’ agent teams in its Top 250 ranking of real estate teams by transaction sides; those Keller Williams teams together represent 27,391 transactions. The 2015 listing also featured 36 Keller Williams’ agent teams in its Top 250 list of teams by volume, equating to more than $4.69 billion in sales. An additional twelve Keller Williams agent teams were similarly recognized in the average sales price-listing category for top teams.

“We’re in business to fuel productivity and growth for our agent partners; it’s why we maintain our strong, unrelenting focus on training,” said President John Davis, Keller Williams.

“We’re excited to congratulate all of the Keller Williams’ agents who have achieved this well-deserved recognition.”

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