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Local realtors take top spots in national sales rankings

Palo Alto realtor places first among team sellers

Five teams of local real-estate agents and 11 individual local sales people were among the top-selling 250 teams and 250 agents nationwide this past year, according to REAL Trends, a private communications company that annually publishes "The Thousand" list.

Palo Alto Realtor Ken DeLeon took the top spot in the team category: The DeLeon team was No. 1 in volume, with $853,540,013 in annual sales.

At No. 17, Keri Nicholas of Parc Agency Corporation in Menlo Park was the local top individual seller by volume, with sales of $227,009,500.

The listings can be found here for teams and here for individuals.

Here are the agents and teams based in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Woodside, and Los Altos who made the list.


No. 1: DeLeon Realty, Inc. in Palo Alto, with sales of $853,540,013

No. 21: The Troyer Group of Intero - A Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate in Los Altos, with sales of $410,802,946

No. 25: Mary & Brent Gullixson of Compass in Menlo Park, with sales of $356,560,000

No. 100: The Dreyfus Group of Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty in Palo Alto, with sales of $195,244,025

No. 116: The Juliana Lee Team of Keller Williams Realty in Palo Alto, with sales of $182,788,618


No. 17: Keri Nicholas, Parc Agency Corporation, Menlo Park, $227,009,500

No. 26: Judy Citron, Compass, Menlo Park, $207,678,000

No. 120: Kathy Bridgman, Compass, Los Altos, $110,307,000

No. 122: Linda Hymes, Intero - A Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate, Menlo Park, $109,660,000

No. 139: Zach Trailer, Compass, Palo Alto, $101,305,000

No. 171: Erika Demma, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Northern California, Woodside, $93,552,000

No. 177: Joe Velasco, Compass, Palo Alto, $92,414,733

No. 199: Marc Roos, Sereno Group, Los Altos, $87,870,000

No. 200: Hugh Cornish, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Northern California, Menlo Park, $87,630,250

No. 220: Michael Galli, Compass, Los Altos, $83,339,638

No. 237: Billy McNair, Compass, Menlo Park, $79,991,163

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