Local Agent Recognized in Prestigious Survey
Marti Hampton Ranked Among the Country’s Best in “The Thousand”
Raleigh, NC, 7/31/14 – Marti Hampton recently ranked nationally in the 2014 REAL Trends “The
Thousand” as advertised in the Wall Street Journal. Participating U.S. agents with the most
home sales in 2013 were listed by transaction sides and sales volume. Marti Hampton placed
on the Top 250 team rankings for highest team sales volume!
“We’re seeing a much improved market in Raleigh, NC, our office has been very busy,” said
Marti Hampton, owner and broker of RE/MAX One Realty, “Because of our years of real estate
experience in Raleigh, many people are asking us about the value of their home or how to
pre-qualify for a mortgage and we look forward to providing them with the highest level of
Marti Hampton has more than 27 years of real estate experience, and is proud to have helped
over 3,500 families buy or sell their homes.
RE/MAX agents had the most top home sellers in “The Thousand.” The survey ranked the top
250 agents and top 250 teams by transaction sides. When the 500 transaction sides rankings
for agents and teams are combined, RE/MAX agents hold the most places, 112 (one out of five
places). The report ranks participating agents based on their 2013 production.
“The Thousand” also ranked agents by the most sales volume. In all categories, both sales
volume and transaction sides, 147 of the 1,000 positions were held by RE/MAX agents. No
other brand held more positions.
“Real estate is a very competitive business and we’re proud of Marti Hampton for her
outstanding professionalism and commitment,” said RE/MAX Chairman and Co-Founder Dave
Liniger. “The real measure of success is customer satisfaction and that’s why year-in, year-out,
folks turn to RE/MAX to help them with their biggest investment.”
“The Thousand” rankings are not the first time this year that RE/MAX agents have been shown
to be more productive. In the 2014 REAL Trends 500 survey of the country’s largest brokerages,
the data shows RE/MAX agents averaged 17.8 transaction sides compared to an average of 8.4
for all other participating agents, based on 2013 production.