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Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors Ranks as Iowa’s Largest Independent Real Estate Company

Publication date: 2021-03-30 to:

DAVENPORT, IA – Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors has again ranked as the largest independent real estate company in Iowa. REAL Trends 500 ranks the nation’s top 500 real estate companies based on the number of residential transactions and sales volume. Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors ranks 157th nationally based on 5,172 completed transactions.

REAL Trends 500 ranks businesses on residential transactions only. When we add back agricultural and land and business deals, Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors closed 5,203 sides in 2020. On average, Ruhl agents closed 16.7 deals per agent in 2020.

“We are honored to have families in our area trust us to guide them through such an important journey in their lives,” said Chris Beason, President of Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors. “We have earned this ranking through the dedication and hard work of our agents and staff.”

Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors’ residential sales volume was $932,267,271. When we include farm and land and trade, the total sales volume was $951,461,219.

Additionally, NAI Ruhl Commercial Company, a joint venture with Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors, sold $77,700,000 in sales volume in 2020. They have 17 commercial agents. NAI Ruhl Property Management manages 1.725 million square feet of space.
Ruhl Mortgage, also a joint venture, closed a loan volume of $359,929,158, which was generated from 1,572 loans. Ruhl Mortgage ranks 15th nationally among real estate companies with affiliated mortgage companies in the Top Companies by Mortgage Closings ranking.

Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors partners with American Home Shield to provide home warranties for buyers and sellers. In 2020, Ruhl sold 1,251 home warranty policies, which ranks the brokerage 16th nationally.

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