Art Herling

Verified Real Estate Team

Company

Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

Network

LeadingRE

Associations

National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB)

Location

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

Country

US

Zip Code

19422

Number of Agents

127

Team Size

Mega

Sales Volume Per Agent

$2,951,981

Transactions Per Agent

6.09

About

Art Herling is a top real estate team consisting of 127 active licensed agents with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. and conducting business in Blue Bell, PA. The team primarily serves clients in the Greater Philadelphia area and New Jersey.

RealTrends is proud to recognize Art Herling on the 2023 RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand, a program showcasing the top 1,000 agents and teams in the United States – as published in The Wall Street Journal.

Art Herling was awarded a rank of 50 on the 2023 RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand for transaction sides in the Mega Team category. Art Herling was awarded a rank of 52 on the 2023 RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand for sales volume in the Mega Team category.

Art Herling is featured on the 2023 America's Best list for exemplary sales production in 2022. Art Herling had a total of 773.59 transaction sides, which earned the number 3 rank in the state of PA for sides. Art Herling ranked 3 in the state of PA for residential sales volume – with volume of $374,901,591.

RealTrends Verified Performance

Based On 2023 Sales Data

Sides

773.59

Volume

$374,901,591

National Sides Rank

50

National Volume Rank

52

State Sides Rank

3

State Volume Rank

3

City Sides Rank

N/A

City Volume Rank

N/A

Awards

The Thousand by SidesThe Thousand by VolumeAmerica's Best by VolumeAmerica's Best by Sides

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Real Estate News

2024 is not the year to cut corners on staging — here’s why HW+

With home prices reaching unprecedented heights and interest rates soaring, the discerning nature of today’s buyers requires all agents to employ every possible advantage. Simply put, cutting corners on staging is a risky move that risks prolonged market presence.