Local brokers shine in real estate game

2018 sales figures released for statewide ranking
HIGH BID WINS—Agents from the local offices of Re/Max-Olson, Century 21 and Coldwell Banker rank among the top reps statewide, according to REAL Trends, a nationwide research company for the residential real estate industry. The local brokers lead in dollar volume and number of closed escrows.

HIGH BID WINS—Agents from the local offices of Re/Max-Olson, Century 21 and Coldwell Banker rank among the top reps statewide, according to REAL Trends, a nationwide research company for the residential real estate industry. The local brokers lead in dollar volume and number of closed escrows.

REAL Trends, a nationwide research company for the residential real estate industry, issued its 2018 America’s Best report and it names brokers from Re/Max-Olson, Century 21 and Coldwell Banker as among the top agents locally.

To qualify as California’s most productive real estate agents, the individual men and women had to close at least 50 transactions or $20 million in sales volume for the year 2017. Teams of agents needed 75 closed transaction sides or $30 million in closed sales volume.

Jordan Cohen of Re/Max Westlake Village led the region and placed 24th in the state with nearly $153 million in residential sales for 2017.

Tina Hare from Century 21/Troop in Simi Valley was second locally and 71st in the state with $92.3 million in transactions. Rosemary Allison of Coldwell Banker Westlake Village was 77th in California and third best in the area by dollar volume with $87.9 million.

Hare’s 109 closings were the most in the area and 23rd best in the state. Scott Ange of Westlake’s Re/Max closed the second most deals locally and was 24th in the state with 104.

Deborah Gates of Century 21/Troop Simi Valley placed third in the region with 96 home sales.

All of the broker production numbers were third-party verified to ensure accuracy and integrity, REAL Trends said.

John Loesing

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