Washington Fine Properties Sales Professionals Recognized in Top 100 Real Estate Agents of 2010 in the U.S. by WSJ and Real Trends

Posted by Channing Gibb — October 4, 2011

1317744641SEPTEMBER 29, 2011-- Washington Fine Properties, the leading luxury real estate company in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, announced today that the following agents were ranked among the “Top 100 Sales Professionals” in the United States in 2010 by the Wall Street Journal and Real Trends: Nancy Taylor Bubes, Mark McFadden, William F. X. Moody, Robert Hryniewicki, Ellen Morrell and Matthew B. McCormick.

“We are extremely proud of these outstanding agents and congratulate them for their incredible achievements as recognized by the Wall Street Journal,” said Thomas B. Anderson, President of Washington Fine Properties.

In addition, Washington Fine Properties’ entire sales team has been recognized and awarded this year for the “Highest Sales Volume Per Agent” and the ‘Highest Average Sales Price Per Transaction” by Real Trends and by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World.

Washington Fine Properties surpassed numerous national firms in residential real estate sales in 2010, according to a recent announcement by The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends. With a highly-seasoned and streamlined team of 125 sales professionals, Washington Fine Properties generated north of $1.3 billion dollars in sales volume in 2010 which represents a significant increase over the prior year. For more about Washington Fine Properties, please visit www.wfp.com

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