Keller Williams Dominates Rankings on REAL Trends “The Thousand”

June 28, 2019

Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate technology franchise by agent count and the U.S. leader in units and sales volume, has more agent teams ranked by closed transactions and sales volume than any other individual brand in the 2019 REAL Trends’ “The Thousand,” an annual list of the most successful real estate professionals in U.S.

The REAL Trends “The Thousand” features 86 Keller Williams’ agent teams in its Top 250 ranking of real estate teams by transaction sides, representing 34.3% of the total ranking. Collectively, those Keller Williams teams closed 49,429 transactions in 2018. 

“We are honored to be in business with our 117 individual agents and agent teams featured on the REAL Trends ‘The Thousand,’” said Darryl Frost, spokesperson, Keller Williams. “It’s a testament to their dedication to be rated inside the top one-half percent of U.S. agents.”

“Our agents are fueling the growth of our industry’s top-rated real estate businesses, funding big lives and making an immense positive impact in local communities,” said Frost.

The 2019 report also features 46 Keller Williams agent teams in its Top 250 list of teams by sales volume. These teams closed $10.6 billion in sales. 

“The real estate sales professionals ranked in ‘The Thousand’ have proven that they have the skills to grow their businesses year after year,” said Steve Murray, president of REAL Trends and publisher of “The Thousand.” “The average U.S. REALTOR® sold nine homes in 2018. The average agent ranked in The Thousand sold 217 homes and the average team sold over 562 homes.”

The 2019 REAL Trends’ “The Thousand,” which is advertised in The Wall Street Journal, is a ranking of all agents across the U.S. and is broken down into four categories ranking the top 250 individuals by transaction sides, individuals by sales volume, teams by transaction sides, and teams by sales volume.

For more information and a complete list of agents on the 2019 REAL Trends “The Thousand,” visit

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