Elliman takes top honors at Prudential

TRD NEW YORK /
Mar.March 11, 2011 03:15 PM

New York City’s own Prudential Douglas Elliman was named the number one brokerage in the nationwide Prudential Real Estate Affiliates network this week, Elliman CEO Dottie Herman announced following a ceremony in San Diego, Calif.

The company’s Manhattan offices and agents took home a litany of awards and honors, including, for the eighth year in a row, the top office by gross commission income. Elliman’s 575 Madison Avenue office held onto that title (it was also fifth by number of units), besting some 1,940 other Prudential network offices nationwide. It was followed by Elliman’s 26 West 17th Street office at No. 2 and 1995 Broadway at No. 3.

And, among individual agents, no surprise here: “stratospheric” superbroker Dolly Lenz was the top producer by gross commission income out of some 62,000 agents in the Prudential network. The DeNiro Group took the top spot for teams, followed by the Leonard Steinberg Team. In fact, seven of the top 10 nationwide teams came from Elliman. Among the other top producers: the Ann Cutbill Lenane Team (No. 3), the Janice Chang Team (No. 4), the Holly Parker Team (No. 5), the Daniela Kunen Team (No. 6), and the Jacky Teplitzky Team (No. 9).

The Faith Hope Consolo Group also took top honors in the commercial sector, followed by Elliman’s Dana Commercial Group in second place. TRD


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