Our 2014 study involved 62 firms with a total of 1,464 North Texas brokers (defined as licensed professionals who produce revenue for their firms). There were a couple of flip-flops at the top of the rankings this year, with CBRE and Jones Lang LaSalle switching places, and Transwestern and Cushman & Wakefield doing the same. JLL was boosted by a number of acquisitions and new hires in 2013, many in the retail and multifamily realms. Ranking among the top 25 for the first time are EDGE Realty Partners and The Woodmont Co. Also new to the list is Avison Young, launched in September 2013 by the former leaders of Cresa-Dallas.

Rank 2014Rank 2013FirmLocal Brokers 2014Local Brokers 2013
1 2 Jones Lang LaSalle 200 147
2 1 CBRE 157 152
3 4 Transwester 86 75
4 3 Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc. 73 76
5 5 Henry S. Miller Cos. 63 60
6 8 Mohr Partners Inc. 51 43
7 7 NAI Robert Lynn 50 44
8 10 Swearingen Realty Group LLC 45 37
9 9 Stream Realty PArtners LP 44 41
10 15 Venture Commercial 38 32
11 12 Marcus & Millichap 37 34
12 6 Jackson Cooksey 35 47
13 14 Colliers International 34 33
14 12 UCR 33 34
15 20 Bradford Commercial Real Estate 30 25
15 19 CASE Commercial Real Estate Services 30 30
17 N/R Avison Young-Dallas LLC 28 N/R
17 17 The Retail Connection 28 31
19 20 Newmark Grubb Knight Frank 26 25
19 11 The Weitzman Group 26 36
21 15 Cassidy Turley 24 32
22 22 Hillwood 23 20
22 22 Peloton Commercial Real Estate 23 20
24 N/R EDGE Realty Partners 20 N/R
25 N/R The Woodmont Co. 19 N/R