Carol Sollak of Engel & Völkers Real Estate has been named one of America’s top agents by The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends in its annual “The Thousand” list, which ranks the top real estate sales professionals in the United States. Sollak co-owns two Engel & Völkers brokerage offices in Wellington and Palm Beach.
“Carol Sollak has set the pace as an Engel & Völkers advisor who is now ranked as our top producer in the U.S.,” said Anthony Hitt, CEO of Engel & Völkers North America. “Her outstanding professionalism, dedication and the exceptional service she provides to her prestigious clientele has also put her in the top 10 within our global network, which spans 39 countries worldwide.”
Sollak has been listed in the Real Trends rankings of the “Best Real Estate Agents in America,” since 2008. Her impressive ranking at No. 58 places her in the top one percent of more than one million Realtors nationwide.
By the end of 2014, Sollak closed almost $150 million in sales, representing a total of 60 transactions, far surpassing the national Realtor average of 10 closed transactions and less than $1.2 million in volume. Sollak has also been recognized for her professional achievements by The Wall Street Journal as one of its “Top 100 Real Estate Agents in the U.S.”
“I am extremely thrilled to be included on this year’s list,” Sollak said. “It adds to the many rewarding experiences in the real estate profession and the satisfaction in achieving the property goals of clients who expect the very best from me.”
Sollak is a leading standout in Florida’s robust real estate market and the leading advisor with Engel & Völkers North America.
“The best individual agents and teams, including Carol Sollak’s award-winning efforts, are an incredible accomplishment,” said Steve Murray, founder of the Denver-based publishing and communications company Real Trends, which compiles the annual list.
Engel & Völkers was founded in 1977 as a specialty boutique agency providing high-end real estate services to wealthy European investors in search of real estate experts who were professional and discreet. Quickly, the agency successfully built a highly valued international network. Engel & Völkers entered the North American market in 2006. Worldwide, there are more than 500 offices on six continents.
Engel & Völkers opened in Wellington in 2013, focusing on equestrian properties and estate homes. For more information, visit www.wellington.evusa.com.
ABOVE: Carol Sollak of Engel & Völkers Real Estate in Wellington.