A PennLive.com article recently shined a spotlight on several Howard Hanna real estate agents in central Pennsylvania for being named among “America’s Best Real Estate Professionals.”
The article reported on data from the “2020 America’s Best Real Estate Professionals” list published by Real Trends, a Colorado-based publishing company specializing in the residential brokerage and housing industries:
Almost 14,500 U.S. real estate sales associates from every state are featured in America’s Best. Those ranked are among the top half of 1 percent of 1.4 million real estate professionals in the United States, according to Real Trends. To be included in the ranking, agents must have closed at least 50 transactions or $20 million in closed sales volume in 2019. Teams must have closed 75 transaction sides or $30 million in closed sales volume in 2019 to be included.
PennLive.com specifically highlighted real estate agents who made the list in central Pennsylvania. The Howard Hanna agents who were named for success in sales volume were:
- Gina Baum of Howard Hanna’s Shrewsbury Office was ranked 49th in the state with a sales volume of $20,356,517.00.
- Ross Stanard of Howard Hanna’s York Office was ranked 52nd in the state with a sales volume of $20,248,104.00.
Multiple Howard Hanna agents were also named for transaction sides:
- Ross Stanard of Howard Hanna’s York Office was ranked 11th in the state with 117 transactions.
- Jim Holtzman of Howard Hanna’s Paxtang Office was ranked 33rd in the state with 92.20 transactions.
- Serena Riedel of Howard Hanna’s Lancaster Office was ranked 34th in the state with 91 transactions.
- Gina Baum of Howard Hanna’s Shrewsbury Office was ranked 53rd in the state with 79.40 transactions.
- Raymond Davis Jr. of Howard Hanna’s Paxtang Office was ranked 81st in the state with 68.30 transactions.
- Nicole Pearson of Howard Hanna’s Carlisle Office was ranked 176th in the state with 54.80 transactions.
- Samuel Stein of Howard Hanna’s York Office was ranked 188th in the state with 53.30 transactions
To read the full PennLive.com article, click here.