The Real Deal reported the following, which was bounced around internally.
Very much worth sharing with you:
In May 2012 the number of Brown Harris Stevens exclusive Manhattan listings increased 7% compared with May 2011.
This speaks to the continued great strength of our brand.
In May 2012 the total dollar volume of Brown Harris Stevens exclusive listings increased 14% compared with May 2011.
BHS also had the third highest total dollar volume after two larger firms with three to four times the number of agents.
This is so impressive.
In May 2012 the top firm with the highest average number of listings per Manhattan agent was Brown Harris Stevens with a 7% increase compared to May 2011.
In May 2012 the median price of Brown Harris Stevens exclusive listings was over $1.7 Million, trailing two firms whose higher median price was the result of lower total dollar volume, fewer agents
and fewer listings.
In May 2012 Brown Harris Stevens had 26 Manhattan agents with a $10M listing or higher, close to or the same as the two much larger firms.
In May 2012 Brown Harris Stevens was within one percentage point of the firm with the lowest percentage
of Manhattan agents with no active listings.
Very interesting stuff.