Seattle real estate agent Brad Davis was named to the inaugural LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance’s Top Producers list.
The list, which honors more than 200 individual agents and teams, was created with RealTrends to become the industry’s only recognition of top-producing LGBTQ+ and ally members, according to a press release.
Sponsored by Realogy, the list recognizes Alliance members who generated at least 25 transaction sides or $10 million in sales volume in 2020. Teams led by Alliance members qualified with at least 40 transaction sides and $15 million in sales volume.
Davis, of Keller Williams Greater Seattle, was recognized for achieving $10.3 million in individual sales volume in 2020.
“The LGBTQ+ community faces a variety of hurdles when they enter the home-buying and selling journey that goes beyond the traditional stress associated with such moves,” said Ryan Weyandt, CEO of the LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance. “Discrimination and concerns about community and neighborhood acceptance are at the top of that list.
“Our members, which include critically important allies, are some of the most skilled professionals in the real estate industry and they understand these issues. They can naturally empathize with LGBTQ+ clients. Along with showcasing the best of the best in The Alliance, the list shows the LGBTQ+ community that our members are here to assist them when the time comes to buy or sell.”