Walt Danley Realty ranks No. 1 in sales volume

Walt Danley Realty team ranks No. 1 for sales volume. (Submitted photo)

              Walt Danley Realty team ranks No. 1 for sales volume. (Submitted photo)

Walt Danley Realty is ranked as the No. 1 selling real estate team in the state by sales volume, according to the REAL Trends “The Thousand: 2016 Teams by Sales Volume,” a list published in The Wall Street Journal on June 24.

A Paradise Valley-based luxury residential real estate brokerage and Arizona’s exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, Mr. Danley boasts million-dollar estates in Arizona, according to a press release, noting that he sold over $3 billion during his 39-year real estate career, and has ranked in the top one percent of real estate agents nationally since 1977.

Mr. Danley and his team are ranked first in the US for sales volume, having sold $197,203,219 in residential real estate last year and is top-ranked in the state for 11 years by “The Thousand” list, which is comprised of third-party data, honoring the top 1,000 real estate sales professionals and teams in the nation in partnership with The Wall Street Journal, the release said.

“My team is the heart and soul of my firm,” said Mr. Danley, president of Walt Danley Realty, in a prepared statement. “This ranking is a tribute to my team’s unwavering work ethic, dedication to the real estate profession, knowledge of the luxury market, and – above all – commitment to our clients. I am honored to work alongside the best team in the business, and am humbled each day by our clients trust in their major life decisions.”

His realty firm, located at 6720 N. Scottsdale Road, represents luxury home buyers and sellers in the northeast Valley of Phoenix including Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Arcadia, Biltmore, Cave Creek and Carefree. For more information, go to waltdanley.com.


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