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Prudential Homesale, Coldwell Banker crack top 25, top 150 for largest U.S. brokers

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Two Lancaster County-based residential real estate brokers remain among the largest in the country, according to the latest Real Trends 500 ranking report.

The 2014 edition has Manor Township-based Prudential Homesale Services Group at No. 22 for transactions with 13,203 and No. 46 for sales volume with $2.51 billion.

Prudential is changing its name next month to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Homesale Realty.

Manheim Township-based Coldwell Banker Select Professionals came in at No. 146 for transactions with 3,873 and No. 220 for volume with $739.6 million, according to Real Trends.

Meanwhile, Pittsburgh-based Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, which continues to expand its midstate presence, remains the No. 4 largest broker in the country.

Listed under Hanna Holdings Inc., Howard Hanna closed 48,300 transactions and $9.1 billion in sales volume. It ranked sixth in the country for volume.

Howard Hanna, which has 167 offices in eight states, is the top broker in Pennsylvania for transactions and sales volume.

New Jersey-based NRT LLC remains the largest broker in the country with 320,026 transactions and sales volume of $151.1 billion. NRT is the parent company of Hampden Township-based Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA.

JGR was No. 3 among local brokers with 2,221 transactions and sales volume of $398 million, according to Real Trends. 

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

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