October 30, 2019 | Candace Friis

Top agent in Palm Beach did $234 million in sales last year

With the mansion market growing ever hotter, Palm Beach County agents were among some of the most productive in the nation last year, according to the annual RealTRENDS/Wall Street Journal ranking.

Topping the list was Paulette Koch of Corcoran Group in Palm Beach. She handled sales totaling $234 million, 21st in the nation. Her average sale price was $5.5 million.

Other $100 million producers among Palm Beach County agents:

26. Christian Angle, Christian Angle Real Estate, Palm Beach: $219 million.

34. David Roberts, Royal Palm Realty, Boca Raton: $201 million

43. Cristina Condon, Sotheby’s International Realty, Palm Beach: $171 million

58. Carol Sollak, Engel & Volkers, Wellington: $148 million

83. Pascal Liguori, Premier Estate Properties, Delray Beach: $120 million

85. Jim McCann, Corcoran Group, Palm Beach, $118 million

93. Rob Thomson, Waterfront Properties, Jupiter: $113 million

122. Candace Friis, Corcoran Group, Delray Beach: $101 million

Carole Ruhlman of Sotheby’s International Realty didn’t crack the $100 million mark, but she did boast the highest average sale price in Palm Beach County, at $9.9 million.

The ranking also rated agents by volume. Corey Edwards of Keller Williams in West Palm Beach dominated on that measure, handling 164 “transaction sides” — the buyer and seller each count as a side.

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