The annual Real Estate Business (REB) Top 50 Agents in Queensland 2021 has been revealed. Michael Kollosche has taken out the top spot for Queensland with the highest total sales volume achieved and was ranked number four agent overall in Queensland.
The figures revealed Michael Kollosche sold the highest total sales volume of all agents in Queensland with the total value of residential properties sold at $233,903,381, some $72,000,000 ahead of the next ranking Queensland agent.
Special mention has also gone out for three Kollosche agents for making the top five highest average sale price list with Michael Kollosche at $3,600,000, Ryan Ward closely behind at $3,260,000 and Troy Dowker at $3,110,000.
Out of the overall REB Top 50 Agents in Queensland list, four Kollosche agents have been recognised, including Michael Kollosche, ranked at number four, Ryan Ward ranked 17th, Troy Dowker ranked 19th, and Jamie Harrison ranked 27th.
“We are proud of all the team members who have made a list, and it shows how much growth and success we are having working together as one team,” says Michael Kollosche.
“I’m ecstatic with these results, and it’s a testament to Michael and his whole team on how we all collaborate. It’s a great achievement for the whole team because we all lift each other, and the results show,” says Ryan Ward.
“It’s an honour to be recognised, and none of this would be possible without the support staff around us. I’m proud of my team and their commitment to the job and our clients who continue to trust us with their homes. We’re making huge leaps and bounds in the prestige property space, and we’re raising the bar with standards and levels of service, and this is reflected in the results,” says Troy Dowker.
The REB Top 50 Agents list acknowledges the top-performing real estate agents in Queensland. In addition, it gives valuable insights into the trends, opportunities, and challenges affecting all of Australia’s property markets.
Congratulations to all the Queensland agents who have made the REB Top 50 Agents in Queensland list for 2021.