If you know and want to recommend a local business that works with top Realtors, please email us at admin@GreaterATLRP.com with the subject line “Partner Nominee: (Name of Business).” Please explain why you are recommending them and their contact info.
Anyone listed as a “preferred partner” in the front of the magazine is part of this community. They will have an ad in every issue of the magazine, be allowed to attend our events, and be part of our online community. We do not just find these businesses off the street, nor do we work with all businesses that approach us. One or many of you have personally referred every single preferred partner you see in here, which also means they know how to work well with top producers. We will not even take a meeting with a business that has not been vetted by one of you and “stamped for approval,” in a sense. Our goal is to create a powerhouse network not only of the best Realtors in the area but the best affiliates as well, so we can all grow stronger together.
If you are interested in writing an article to give back to the Greater Atlanta Real Producers community, please email us at admin@GreaterATLRP.com. Even if you do not consider yourself a prolific writer but have great ideas to share, let’s talk!
Zero, zilch, zippo, nada, nil. It cost nothing, my friends, so nominate away! The is not a pay-to-play model whatsoever.
It’s really simple – every feature you see has first been nominated. You can nominate other Realtors (or yourself!), affiliates, brokers or owners, and office leaders can nominate Realtors as well. We will consider anyone brought to our attention because we do not know everyone’s stories, so we need your help to learn about them. You can nominate a Realtor here on our website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The next step is an interview with us to ensure it’s a good fit. If all works out, then we put the wheels in motion, connect the writer and photographers and produce the article.
We have a broker that emails us the standings every single month. They obtain the date from the GAMLS using Broker Metrics and email the data to us, and we submit them. We do not manipulate the data at all.
There are a number of reasons that could be the case. First, be sure to read the disclaimer in its entirety. The standings are only based on data pulled from the major zip codes chosen in and around Atlanta. Also, we pull the data on the exact date listed, so if the closed transaction is not submitted by that date, it will not be included. I have also found that some teams report their data under one agent ID, and others report each agent individually, which, of course, alters the rankings. Broker Metrics has also been known to split the numbers in half if two agents are co-listed. To fix this, you will have to make the changes within the MLSs themselves. If you have a question about the standings, please contact us and we can take a look: admin@GreaterATLRP.com. We all want the same thing: for the standings to be as accurate as possible.
The top 500 agents/teams of Greater Atlanta and our partners. We pull the GAMLS numbers (by volume) in and around the major cities around Atlanta, stretching from the tip of Cumming out to the edges of Conyers and Mableton, down to Fayette County, and everywhere in between. Based on the list, the minimum production level is $13.5 million. The list will reset at the end of 2019 for next year’s top 500 list and continue to update annually.