Charity Cox Ranks Among Top Associates in Nation

July 2, 2019
Charity Cox
Charity Cox

Staunton-based agent ranked No. 206 in 2018 REAL Trends’ The Thousand list

Charity Cox, a Long & Foster Real Estate sales associate in Staunton, Virginia, has been named as one of the nation’s top real estate agents. Cox ranked 206th out of 1.3 million agents nationwide based on her 2018 transaction sides, according to the annual REAL Trends’ The Thousand list.

Cox has more than 15 years of experience in the real estate industry, and she strives to make the home buying and selling process fun and memorable for her clients while minimizing stress. She focuses on the Staunton, Fishersville and Waynesboro areas and surrounding communities, and her clients regularly recommend her as a friendly professional who loves what she does.

“I am honored to have been named to REAL Trends’ The Thousand list once again,” Cox said. “I continuously work to provide each of my clients with the best service possible, and it’s exciting to be recognized for doing the work that I love.”

In total, six teams and four individual agents from Long & Foster were named to the REAL Trends list. Now in its 14th year, The Thousand list ranks the top 250 individual agents and the top 250 teams categorized by transaction sides and sales volume, as well as the top 50 individual agents and teams by average sale price.

“I’d like to congratulate Charity on her sales success and top ranking in REAL Trends. This honor reflects the commitment to service, professionalism and expertise that Charity and our entire family of real estate experts aim to provide,” said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “It’s because of agents like Charity that Long & Foster is the top real estate company in the Mid-Atlantic and will remain as such for years to come.”

REAL Trends compiles rankings for The Thousand based on applications submitted from hundreds of sales professionals and brokerages throughout the United States. An independent third party verifies submissions for accuracy and evaluates whether an applicant is an individual or on a team.

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