Top resi brokers in Brooklyn


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The Serhant Team of Nest Seekers International nabbed the top spot in TRD’s 2019 ranking of the top agents and teams in Brooklyn for closed sales. The team, which also ranked No. 2 overall on TRD’s closed sales ranking with $480.5 million in closed sales across Manhattan, was trailed by Corcoran’s Deborah Rieders, who closed $167.8 million in sales, and Halstead’s Aguayo Team, which closed $107.3 million in the same time period. Rounding out the top five was Elliman’s Lindsay Barton Barrett with $100.9 million and Elliman’s Maroni Team with $83 million. Overall, the top 10 agents in Brooklyn closed $990.7 million for the year. 

 
Deborah Rieders Corcoran
Deborah Rieders Corcoran
Brendan Aguayo Halstead
Brendan Aguayo Halstead
Lindsay Barton Barrett Douglas Elliman
Lindsay Barton Barrett Douglas Elliman
Leslie Marshal
Leslie Marshal Corcoran Group

Top Residential Brokers in Brooklyn by Closed Sales

RankAgent/TeamFirmClosed Sales Dollar Volume
1Serhant TeamNest Seekers International$246.2M
2Deborah RiedersCorcoran$167.8M
3Aguayo TeamHalstead$107.3M
4Lindsay Barton BarrettDouglas Elliman$100.9M
5Maroni TeamDouglas Elliman$83M
6Shemesh TeamDouglas Elliman$63.2M
7Jim Cornell & Leslie Marshall TeamCorcoran$62.9M
8Jessica BuchmanCorcoran$60.9M
9Charlie PigottCorcoran$49.5M
10Heather McMasterCorcoran$49M
Source: First published in July on TheRealDeal.com. Source: TRD analysis of closed sales on LavaMaps, StreetEasy and from firms. Includes Brooklyn residential sales (apartments and townhouses with no commercial/retail component) that were closed in 2018. Only sell-side deals counted. Townhouses include single-family houses or properties marketed as such. For deals with more than one listing agent/team at the same firm, the dollar value of the deal was divided by the number of agents/teams on that deal at that firm. But if a listing is co-listed with an agent/team at another firm, each agent/team was given the full dollar value of the sale. On-site agents who work exclusively for a developer were not counted. However, agents who work for brokerages were given credit for their new development sales. Off-market deals were not counted. Not all firms participated.

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