Building on the momentum of a prosperous 2014, the Bediz Group concludes this year in similar fashion. With a $27 million increase in sales volume, and 25 more units closed than in 2014, it is evident this team holds steadfast to its mission of excellence in customer service and satisfaction.
Having celebrated their one-year anniversary with Keller Williams Capital Properties this past August, the Bediz Group maintains a place among the top three teams in the entire brokerage, selling just over $67 million in volume alone in 2015. The number of units closed by the team saw a 25% increase from 2014, with just over 100 units bought and sold. With numbers this impressive, it is no wonder their median days on market is 6.5 days, well below DC’s median of 13 days. And with an average sales price of $673,328, more than $7,500 above DC’s average sales price, the Bediz Group has earned the right to be called a powerhouse in the DC metro area real estate market.
A kitchen from a Bediz Group listing.
Two listings in particular really set the Bediz Group apart from the rest this year. In June, the group sold a LeDroit Park rowhouse for $284,100 (or 28%) over the asking price, with just 6 days on market. Just as impressive was the sale of three adjacent Dupont Circle rowhouses, appropriately nicknamed “Dupont Dream,” which sold for “significantly higher than asking price,” according to Bediz Group founder David Bediz.
Whether assisting with the sale or purchase of a home, the Bediz Group has always worked with one goal in mind: to provide their clients with next-to-none customer service — and it shows. Recognized by Washingtonian Magazine as a 2015 Platinum Real Estate Team, among a host of other awards and testimonials, the Bediz Group has succeeded in becoming a household name.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_bediz_group_2015_at_a_glance/10697
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