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Top 10 real estate agents by total transaction sides in 2010

'The Thousand' report highlights top sales professionals, teams

Half of the top 10 real estate sales professionals, ranked by total transaction sides closed in 2010, work in either Michigan or Las Vegas, according to a report by real estate consulting and communications company Real Trends Inc., in collaboration with The Wall Street Journal.

"The Thousand" report is based on 2010 data and divided into four separate lists of 250: sales professionals by transactions sides; sales professionals by sales volume; real estate teams by transaction sides; and real estate teams by sales volume. Of the top 10 sales professionals by transaction sides, six are affiliated with Realogy Corp. brands.

The bulk of top agents and teams by transaction sides work in foreclosure-ridden states. The 10 states with the highest foreclosure activity rates in 2010 were Nevada, Arizona, California, Utah, Georgia, Idaho, Michigan, Florida, Colorado and Illinois. Agents and teams from these states accounted for just over half of the spots on those two lists, with agents from Florida and California, combined, accounting for nearly a quarter of the spots on the lists.

Top 10 sales professionals by transaction sides

RankNameCompanyTransaction Sides (2010)
1Mike Phillips Century 21 All-Pro1,268
    Kansas City, Mo.
2Mary Berry Century 21 All Pro Realty1,037
    Oklahoma City, Okla.
3Joe Kadaf Re/Max Leading Edge989
    Dearborn Heights, Mich.
4Jared Jones Horizon Realty Group931
    Las Vegas
5Robert Shaffer Re/Max Acclaim903
    Roseville, Mich.
6Cathy Hoppough Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel Hoppough634
    Ionia, Mich.
7Sue Nelson ERA Sunbelt Realty593
    Las Vegas
8David Acosta ERA Sellers Buyers & Associates531
    El Paso, Texas
9 (tie)Rebecca Bauer Realtywise503
    Avon, Ohio
9 (tie)Dorothy Buse Coldwell Banker Ackley Realty503
    Kissimmee, Fla.

Source: The Wall Street Journal/Real Trends Inc.

View a related report by Inman News: "Top real estate agents featured in ‘The Thousand’ report."


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