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More than 60 John L. Scott brokers / teams recognized by REAL Trends

John L. Scott Real Estate was strongly represented on two rankings recently announced by REAL Trends – their The Thousand and America’s Best lists! 64 brokers and teams were recognized in all – up from last year’s tally of 41!

This year, we had one John L. Scott broker make REAL Trends’ The Thousand list: Kim Fraser with the Bellevue-Main office, who came in at #218 in the individuals by volume category. The Thousand is a summary of the top 1,000 independent real estate agents and teams in the United States. This award comprises four categories: the top 250 agents by sides, top 250 agents by sales volume, top 250 teams by sides and top 250 teams by sales volume.

John L. Scott had 63 broker associates and teams make the America’s Best list this year. 50 of these winners were from Washington John L. Scott offices and 13 winners were from Oregon offices. For America’s Best, more than 14,500 real estate professionals from every state are featured in one of twelve categories. To qualify for inclusion, an individual agent must have closed at least 50 transaction sides or $20 million in sales volume in 2019. For real estate agent teams, the minimum is 75 transaction sides or $30 million in closed sales volume.

Some highlights from these awards showing John L. Scott’s industry standing include:

  • In Washington, 39 of the 168 individual brokers in the individuals by volume category are with John L. Scott – that’s 23.2% or nearly 1 out of 4 of these top brokers are with JLS.
  • 10 out of the top 25 in the individuals by volume category in Washington are with John L. Scott.
  • In Oregon, two of John L. Scott’s small teams were ranked in the top 10 by both volume and transaction slides.

You can check out the America’s Best rankings here, and The Thousand is online here.

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