This month, The Real Deal ranked the top 10 residential brokers in Brooklyn.
Check out the chart below:
|RANK||AGENT/TEAM||FIRM||TOTAL $ VOLUME OF CLOSED SALES||TOTAL $ VOLUME OF CLOSED RESALES||TOTAL $ VOLUME OF CLOSED NEW DEV SALES||ß|
|1||Serhant Team||Nest Seekers International||$246.2M||$47.4M||$198.8M|
|4||Lindsay Barton Barrett||Douglas Elliman||$100.9M||$53M||$47.9M|
|5||Maroni Team||Douglas Elliman||$83M||$17.2M||$65.8M|
|6||Shemesh Team||Douglas Elliman||$63.2M||-||$63.2M|
|7||Jim Cornell & Leslie Marshall Team||Corcoran||$62.9M||$62.9M||-|
Source: TRD analysis of closed sales on LavaMaps, StreetEasy and from firms. Includes Manhattan, Queens and 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.
Correction: Due to a technical error, the Aguayo Team’s new development total was under-counted. The number was fixed and did not shift the team’s place in the ranking.