Jul 201509

Long & Foster Associates Named As America’s Best Real Estate Agents

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Jul 201509

Long & Foster Associates Named As America’s Best Real Estate Agents

Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest family-owned residential real estate company in the United States, congratulates its more than 100 real estate agents and teams that were recognized as the America’s Best Real Estate Agents by REAL Trends. The report ranks real estate professionals by sales volume and transaction sides for the 2014 calendar year, noting the leading agents in each state and metropolitan area.

“Long & Foster believes in providing the best support and service to home buyers and sellers in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, and we’re thrilled to know that so many of our sales associates have been honored for their hard work, excellent customer service and industry knowledge with this year’s REAL Trends rankings,” said Larry “Boomer” Foster and Gary Scott, presidents of Long & Foster Real Estate. “This recognition is truly a reflection on our entire organization, and it’s thanks to the motivation and drive of these agents, as well as the industry-leading suite of tools and technology and unparalleled support that comes from a full-service brokerage, that Long & Foster continues to grow and thrive in the real estate business.”

Numerous Long & Foster agents ranked in the top 5 in several states across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast region. In Delaware, Long & Foster’s teams held three of the top 5 spots by volume. The Leslie Kopp Group ranked No. 1, followed by The Mottola Group at No. 2 and Levy Wilson came in No. 4. The Mottola Group also earned the No. 2 rank by transaction sides, with Levy Wilson ranking No. 3 by sides. In Pennsylvania, The Art Herling Team ranked No. 4 by volume.

In Washington, D.C., John Fitzgerald placed at No. 5 in individuals by transaction sides, while The Fleisher Group ranked No. 1 in teams by volume and No. 5 in teams by sides. The Tamara Kucik Team placed at No. 4 by sides. In Maryland, Pam Geib ranked at No. 4 in individuals by sides, and Meg Moran ranked No. 3 in individuals by volume. The Creig Northrop Team earned the No. 1 position in Maryland for both transaction sides and volume, followed by the Wydler Brothers, which placed at No. 3 in volume.

Lilian Jorgenson, of Virginia, ranked as the state’s No. 2 real estate professional by volume. Debbie Dogrul Associates placed at No. 1 in teams by volume and No. 2 in teams by sides, while Tom & Cindy and Associates ranked at No. 3 by volume. In West Virginia, The Butch Cazin Team ranked No. 3 by transaction sides.

The full report of the America’s Best Real Estate Agents, which includes dozens of other distinguished Long & Foster real estate professionals, is available online.