Vista Sotheby’s Announces The Top 2021 Realtors in the South Bay

Vista Sotheby’s International Realty announced the “Top Producers” for 2021 and we were honored to once again be named to this prestigious list.  Keith Kyle was the #14 ranked realtor for all of Vista Sotheby’s agents and couldn’t have done it without so many wonderful clients that put their trust in him.  Keith has consistently been awarded a top producing agent every year since 2007.  See our client reviews and testimonials to find out how Keith has been so successful for over 15 years.

 

 

26 Years in a Row! South Bay Brokers the highest per agent sales volume for 2014

For the 26th consecutive year, South Bay Brokers, with offices in Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach,  had the highest per agent sales volume in the South Bay.  In 2014, the average sales volume per agent at South Bay Brokers was $7,870,000…. considerably higher than the other local real estate company, Shorewood Realtors, with an average per agent volume of $6,709,434 and the local Re/Max affiliate.  South Bay Brokers once again set itself apart from other area brokerages with a philosophy of hiring only full time professional realtors.

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