The nearly 500 expert agents of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty have just propelled the brokerage to new superlatives in the most prestigious real estate ranking in the United States.
Per the latest report from REAL Trends, which surveys residential firms, agents and teams across the U.S., Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty has achieved:
No. 1 in highest average sales price of any brokerage in Texas
No. 1 Texas firm in the Billionaires’ Club, with 2017 sales of nearly $3.1 billion
Top 11 percent of the highest-selling brokerages in the entire United States
No. 6 affiliate of 950 Sotheby’s International Realty® brokerages around the world
REAL Trends was founded in 1987. Each year, the real estate industry awaits its influential lists — which are especially valuable as the data used in its rankings is independently verified.
The agents of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty are having an exceptional 2018. Based in 10 offices across North Texas, they are selling fine properties all over the area, the state and the country — from homes and high-rises to ranches and land. The brokerage has invested in new technology and tools that, combined with each agent’s own instincts and knowledge, are making the best agents in the business even better.
To see all the exceptional homes, ranches and land offered by Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty — in North Texas and around the world — go to briggsfreeman.com.
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