ComReal has once again been named a top South Florida Commercial Real Estate Brokerage, this time up two spots from the year prior. On its annual list of South Florida’s Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Brokerages, South Florida Business Journal identified ComReal at No. 13, ranked among regional and national entities.
South Florida Business Journal’s list ranks commercial real estate firms according to total dollar volume of sales and leases in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach areas. While the latest ranking was released this July, it’s based on data from 2019.
With $211.09 million in real estate sales and leases for 2019, ComReal saw itself well above most of its competitors. The majority of that growth came from real estate sold, increasing from $36.55 million in 2018 to $59.91 million in 2019.
“For decades ComReal has been in the top tier of commercial brokerages in South Florida. In addition to our brand equity and technological systems, the depth of our professional team is significant,” said Steve Smith, SIOR, Founder and CEO of ComReal. “In 2019, the industrial markets led the way. As the seasons change, we always have serious professional leaders providing timely services to our many clients.”
A leading full-service commercial brokerage firm for the last 40 years, ComReal has franchised operations in Coral Gables, Doral and Fort Lauderdale. Each operation has focused teams who specialize in office, industrial, and retail user-oriented real estate expertise, plus investment specialists.
Looking ahead to the conclusion of 2020, Smith observes that ComReal’s 2020 South Florida operations are way up, undaunted by the challenges brought on by COVID-19. He predicts that ComReal’s ranking will rise higher this year because of the highly aggressive and entrepreneurial makeup of its leaders and professionals.
“With our consistent commitment to cutting-edge systems, ComReal has always had the requisite tools and mindsets to operate efficiently in all environments. We are all grateful to be doing business in the Sunshine State, and we have not missed a beat despite the many challenges,” he says.