Meghan Oliver Clarkson Recognized Among Top Agents in Nation

July 23, 2020
Meghan Oliver Clarkson

Eastern Shore-Chincoteague Island-based agent ranked 82nd in REAL Trends’ The Thousand list

Meghan Oliver Clarkson, of Long & Foster Real Estate has been named as one of the top real estate agents in the nation. The Chincoteague Island and Eastern Shore-based agent ranked 82nd nationwide based on 2019 transaction sides, according to the annual REAL Trends’ The Thousand list.

“I’m pleased to have been named to REAL Trends’ The Thousand list for transaction sides,” Clarkson said. “This ranking is a testament to the outstanding customer service and dedication I provide to each of my valued clients.” 

Clarkson sold 159 properties for a total sales volume of $28.7 million. An agent for 16 years, Clarkson is known for her extraordinary marketing skills, exemplary personal service and her devotion to the community. Clarkson has ranked on the REALTrends the Thousand list consistently for two years.

“I’d like to congratulate Meghan, on her sales success and top ranking in REAL Trends. This honor reflects the commitment to service and expertise that our family of real estate experts aim to provide, said Gary Scott, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “It’s because of agents like Meghan that Long & Foster is the top real estate company in the Mid-Atlantic for more than 50 years and will remain as such for years to come.”

REAL Trends is a leader in ranking U.S. residential real estate services firms, agents and teams. The annual, production-based rankings recognize the top brokerages, agents and teams by their transaction sides and dollar sales volume. Rankings are compiled 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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