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Property Week’s annual survey reveals a sector in good shape amid ongoing global and political volatility.
The 2016 Agency Survey found that the total UK revenue of the top 40 agents had risen by 13% to £3.94bn. This included an 18% rise by new second-ranked agency JLL, who moved up a place to finish behind triple crown winners CBRE.
In 2016, total European revenue of the top 10 firms rose by 11% to £5.1bn in our Agency Survey with CBRE and JLL again heading up the rankings on £1.6m and £1.26m respectively.
Beauchamp Estates took the top spot for the third year in a row, earning £792,000 per head, while the average figure across the top 40 firms rose 13.4% from £184,676 to £209,375.
The total global revenue of the top 10 firms hit a whopping £15.57bn in 2016, up 18% on the previous year. Heading this up again were CBRE on £7.1m (up 25%) and JLL on £3.9m (up 18%).