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Manhattan’s top agents

 

As in 2016, The Real Deal’s ranking includes both new development and resale deals. It’s based only on sell-side transactions that closed last year.

No. 1 is the co-star on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York” Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International with $333.1 million in closed Manhattan listings.

No. 2 is the Corcoran Group’s Vickey Barron with $286.3 million in deals

No. 3 Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund (also of “Million Dollar Listing New York”) and John Gomes, whose team (closed $259.2 million).

No. 4 Stribling & Associates’ Alexa Lambert (with $256.5 million)

No. 5 Pamela D’Arc also of Stribling (with $230.3 million).

See the full list of 40 Manhattan’s top agents HERE

According to the Real Deal, even agents who racked up billions of dollars worth of deals described 2017 as manic and disorienting as discounts proliferated.

On the new development front, developers were hurting while buyers were swimming in a large surplus of inventory and were in little rush to commit, agents reported (see related story on page 60).

Elliman’s Holly Parker, who ranked No. 13 with $160.1 million in closed deals, said she analyzed the market like never before in 2017 to provide clients with real-time information. “Most of the time, we understand the market after they’ve closed, and that’s just too late,” she said […]

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