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Washington Business Journal Ranking 2016

ALEXANDRIA, June 8 — A recent Washington Business Journal study recognizes CENTURY 21 New Millennium as No. 2 among the Top 25 Residential Real Estate Brokerages in the Greater Washington Area, as ranked by Metro-area sales volume. Closing more than $2.89 billion in residential real estate transactions in 2016, CENTURY 21 New Millennium moved up one spot from the No. 3 position the Alexandria, Va., based brokerage occupied in the 2015 rankings.

With approximately 1,000 agents and staff across 18 offices in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C., CENTURY 21 New Millennium—the five-time number one CENTURY 21® firm in the world—was the only independently owned CENTURY 21 firm recognized in the study and one of only six brokerages to surpass $2 billion in sales volume. CENTURY 21 New Millennium was second only to the massive Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. organization, with its more than 5,000 agents and employees.

When asked about New Millennium’s success, CEO and co-owner Todd Hetherington stated that the organization’s “consistent, steady growth through nearly three decades of market fluctuations is the result of sticking to a business plan that motivates and rewards dedicated leaders, agents, and staff to work together with the common goal of providing exceptional customer service. It’s what sets us apart.”

Co-owner and President Mary Lynn Stone added, “The thing that might not be so obvious is that the ranking speaks to a commitment to ensure our agents have everything they need in the form of training, technology, and direct accessibility to competent leaders and mentors. It can also be linked to our support for the communities where we live and work. We’re never hard to find. Many of our clients are also our neighbors.”

Rank Name 2016 Sales Volume
1 Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. $13.92 billion
2 CENTURY 21 New Millennium $2.89 billion
3 TTR Sotheby’s International Realty $2.53 billion
4 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage $2.39 billion
5 Washington Fine Properties LLC $2.26 billion
6 Keller Williams Capital Properties $2.15 billion
7 RE/MAX Allegiance $1.84 billion
8 McEnearney Associates Inc. $1.81 billion
9 RE/MAX Realty Group and RE/MAX 100 $1.67 billion
10 Fairfax Realty $1.6 billion
11 Compass Real Estate $1.55 billion
12 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty $1.33 billion
13 Keller Williams Metro Center $1.3 billion
14 Keller Williams Realty McLean/Great Falls $916.11 million
15 RE/MAX Gateway $725.63 million
16 RE/MAX Realty Services $562.7 million
17 RE/MAX Executives $535.11 million
18 RE/MAX Town Center $519.26 million
19 McWilliams|Ballard Inc. $475.64 million
20 Avery Hess, Realtors $434.02 million
21 RE/MAX Premier $416.56 million
22 Wydler Brothers Real Estate $304.78 million
23 Yeonas & Shafran Real Estate $81.24 million
24 Glass House Real Estate $73.63 million
25 Buyer’s Edge Co. Inc. $64 million

The list, researched by Carolyn M. Proctor, was released on June 2. To view the full Washington Business Journal rankings, click here.

About CENTURY 21 New Millennium

CENTURY 21 New Millennium is a full-service real estate brokerage with 900+ agents and staff across 18 offices in the greater Washington, D.C. area, including portions of Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. The company, which specializes in residential and luxury properties, joined the CENTURY 21® System in 1998, and has established a sound and successful organization providing traditional residential and commercial services, on-site mortgage and title services, and access to a vast network of relocation and other real estate service providers worldwide. CENTURY 21 New Millennium has been the top-producing CENTURY 21 brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic each year since 1999 and has earned the distinction of No. 1 CENTURY 21 franchise in the World recognition five times since 2010. For more information, visit Vested in You, Together We’re Better.