WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Houlihan Lawrence’s real estate brokers from Croton-on-Hudson, Bronxville and Rye have been named to the nationwide REAL Trends/The Wall Street Journal Top Thousand list.
The prestigious list is calculated annually and features the top 1,000 sales agents in the United States. Houlihan Lawrence agents Nancy Kennedy, Susy Glasgall, Sheila Stoltz and Joan O’Meara made the list based on their 2012 sales volume.
“Houlihan Lawrence is dedicated to providing each of its agents comprehensive marketing, technology and training support, allowing them to reach their full potential and best serve their buyers and sellers,” said Chris Meyers, COO of Houlihan Lawrence. “These ranking agents are passionate about what they do and have deep ties to the communities and clients they serve. This is reflected in their continual success.”
Kennedy, from the office in Croton-on-Hudson, ranked number 74th on the list for individual units sold. Kennedy was the top associate for the entire Westchester and Putnam County MLS in 2012 by units sold and dollar volume, and she has been named top agent company-wide seven times.
Rye broker Glasgall, who has 25 years of experience in the industry, has consistently been one of the top performing agents for Houlihan Lawrence. She ranked on the Top Thousand list this and for single family homes sales by dollar volume in 2012 for all of Westchester County and has received this honor multiple times before. Additionally, Houlihan Lawrence has named Susy its overall top producer in Westchester on 10 separate occasions, and its top producer in Rye 20 different times.
Stoltz, who is based in Bronxville, is consistently recognized as a top realtor in both Bronxville and Westchester County. O’Meara, based in Rye, is an industry expert that has been specializing in the Rye and Harrison regions for over 16 years where she repeatedly ranks in the top two percent of the Westchester Board of Realtors
REAL Trends is a communications and consulting company widely considered to be the leading source of analysis and information on the residential brokerage and housing industry.
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