Six agents make Palm Beach County’s $100 million club

Paulette Koch, one of Palm Beach County’s $100 million producers in 2016, sold this manse for $12.5 million (Andy Frame/The Corcoran Group)

Despite a slowdown in Palm Beach County mansion sales in 2016, six agents reported sales of $100 million or more for the year, according to an annual RealTRENDS/Wall Street Journal ranking.

The county’s top producer was Pascal Liguori of Premier Estate Properties in Delray Beach. He did deals totaling $224.8 million last year, up sharply from his $81.2 million total in 2015.

Liguori ranked 20th nationally in sales volume. Palm Beach County’s other five members of the $100 million club, and their national ranks:

  • 29. Paulette Koch, The Corcoran Group, Palm Beach: $185.6 million
  • 30. David Roberts, Royal Palm Properties, Boca Raton: $180.6 million
  • 43. Suzanne Frisbie, The Corcoran Group, Palm Beach: $155.1 million
  • 59. Christian Angle, Christian Angle Real Estate, Palm Beach: $134.1 million
  • 60. Carol Sollak, Engel & Volkers Wellington, Wellington: $134 million

Liguori topped the list despite missing out on one prize: He didn’t sell the Ziff estate in Manalapan, which he listed for an eye-popping $195 million. (A deal at that price would have yielded a $3.4 million fee for a buyer’s agent and an undisclosed sum for the listing agent.) The seller briefly took the mansion off the market this year, then relisted it with another agent for $165 million.

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