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2016 All-Star Real Estate Agents

August 26, 2017
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Dennis Nottingham (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)

Nottingham repeats as No. 1 in team sales

Dennis Nottingham’s Indy Home Pros Team has repeated as No. 1 in IBJ’s All-Star team ranking. Nottingham’s two-year total sales volume topped $208 million with 1,815 transactions closed in 2015 and 2016.

Last year, Nottingham unseated longtime sales leader, the Bif Ward Team, which fell to No. 3 last year and stayed there this year.

The Richwine Group jumped into the second spot last year and remains there this year. Richwine had nearly $166 million in sales over two years with 482 transactions.

Ward’s team had nearly $131 million in sales with 220 transactions.

2016 All-Star Agent Teams 1-25

2016 All-Star Agent Teams 26-50
 

focus-solo-wynkoop-1-15col.jpg Scott Wynkoop (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)

Wynkoop tops list for sixth time, with $48M

Scott Wynkoop tops the list of the city’s All-Star solo agents for the sixth year in a row. His focus on low price point and high volume brought his total sales volume to nearly $48 million in 2015 and 2016—and while that’s less than his two-year total in 2015, it’s enough to take the top spot.

Wynkoop closed 752 transactions during the two-year period.

Jennifer Blandford of Carpenter Realtors takes over the No. 2 spot, up from No. 4 a year ago, with 2015 and 2016 sales volume of $45.6 million. She had 166 total transactions.

Stephen Clark of Keller Williams stays near the top but drops one spot to No. 3, with volume of nearly $45 million and 166 trasactions.

2016 Solo All-Star Agents

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