WASHINGTON, D.C. – The 2014 REAL Trends 500, an annual research report ranking the performance of residential real estate firms in the United States, has recognized Washington Fine Properties (WFP) as a leader among firms for 2013. Only the top 500 firms out of over 20,000 firms in the nation are recognized in the report, based on closed transaction sides and closed sales volume.
The firm attended the REAL Trends’ 27th annual Gathering of Eagles Conference on April 30 in Dallas, where the REAL Trends 500 report was released. A record crowd of more than 370 industry leaders attended the event, which was headlined by the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush.
For 2013, Washington Fine Properties ranked #70 of the top 500 Largest Brokers in the United States. The firm was proud to have achieved an astonishing 26 percent increase in closed sales volume since 2012.
For the fifth consecutive year, Washington Fine Properties earned the #1 position out of all firms in the United States for having the highest average sales price of $1.26 million.
Washington Fine Properties continues to lead the Capital Region, as it has sold 40 percent more properties over $1 million in Washington, D.C. than its next closest competitor. In 2013, WFP participated in more than 59 percent of sales over $5 million in the Capital Region, while also increasing its sales under $1 million by 50 percent in the past five years.