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Local realtors make good showings in annual rankings

Five teams of local real estate agents and ​13 individual local salespeople made the latest "The Thousand" list. Image courtesy PhotoSpin.

Five teams of local real estate agents and ​13 individual local salespeople were among the top-selling 250 teams and 250 agents nationwide this past year, according to RealTrends, a private communications company that publishes "The Thousand" list each year.

B​rent and Mary Gullixson of Compass Menlo Park were No. 5 among small teams​ for volume, with annual sales of $380,136,000​.

The Troyer Group of Intero - A Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate​ in Los Altos were No. 12 among large teams for volume, with sales of $344,950,813​.​

At No. 21, ​J​udy​ ​Citron​ of ​Compass​ ​Menlo Par​k was the top local individual seller by volume with sales of ​$308,103,679​.​

Other Midpeninsula small teams that made the rankings for highest sales by volume were: at No. 30, the Dreyfus Group​ with Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty in Palo Alto with $225,974,125​; at No. 32, Billy McNair ​and​ McNair Group​ of Compass in Menlo Park with sales of $217,688,322​; and at No. 58, LeMieux Associates​, also of Compass in Menlo Park, with $164,719,00​0.

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Other individual local agents who made the top 250 sellers by volume included​​​​​​: at No. 29, Keri Nicholas of Parc Agency in Menlo Park with $275,314,280; at No. 61, Courtney Charney, also of Parc Agency in Menlo Park with $177,725,750; at No. 77, Erika Demma of Compass in Woodside with $156,250,232; and at No. 79, Hugh Cornish of Coldwell Banker Realty in Menlo Park with $155,709,997.

A complete listing of all the rankings can be found at realtrends.com/the-thousand.

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Local realtors make good showings in annual rankings

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Wed, Jul 7, 2021, 9:44 am

Five teams of local real estate agents and ​13 individual local salespeople were among the top-selling 250 teams and 250 agents nationwide this past year, according to RealTrends, a private communications company that publishes "The Thousand" list each year.

B​rent and Mary Gullixson of Compass Menlo Park were No. 5 among small teams​ for volume, with annual sales of $380,136,000​.

The Troyer Group of Intero - A Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate​ in Los Altos were No. 12 among large teams for volume, with sales of $344,950,813​.​

At No. 21, ​J​udy​ ​Citron​ of ​Compass​ ​Menlo Par​k was the top local individual seller by volume with sales of ​$308,103,679​.​

Other Midpeninsula small teams that made the rankings for highest sales by volume were: at No. 30, the Dreyfus Group​ with Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty in Palo Alto with $225,974,125​; at No. 32, Billy McNair ​and​ McNair Group​ of Compass in Menlo Park with sales of $217,688,322​; and at No. 58, LeMieux Associates​, also of Compass in Menlo Park, with $164,719,00​0.

Other individual local agents who made the top 250 sellers by volume included​​​​​​: at No. 29, Keri Nicholas of Parc Agency in Menlo Park with $275,314,280; at No. 61, Courtney Charney, also of Parc Agency in Menlo Park with $177,725,750; at No. 77, Erika Demma of Compass in Woodside with $156,250,232; and at No. 79, Hugh Cornish of Coldwell Banker Realty in Menlo Park with $155,709,997.

A complete listing of all the rankings can be found at realtrends.com/the-thousand.

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