Staten Island’s A-listers

TRD New York /
Oct.October 06, 2010 04:30 PM

A look at the top brokerages in the city’s smallest borough

Click the image for larger version with more rankings

From the October issue:
While the first-time homebuyer tax credit and record-low interest rates
drove home sales in Staten Island and nudged a comeback from the depths
of the recession, that uptick has leveled off. But even in a tough
market, somebody has to come out on top. This month, The Real Deal looked at the top residential firms
on Staten Island, ranking them by number of agents, number of sales and
listing volume in our first-ever snapshot of the city’s smallest
borough. The hands-down winner in all categories was the 129-agent
Robert DeFalco Realty, which is headquartered in the Dongan Hills
section of the borough. The firm had 635 sales, or a 10 percent share
of the entire Staten Island market, between July 1, 2009, and June 30, 2010, according to data provided by the Staten Island Board of Realtors. [more]


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