Here are the Top 10 real estate agents in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2022 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer this simple question: with whom would you recommend doing business?

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Here are the Top 10 real estate agents in Arizona, as featured in the 2022 edition of Ranking Arizona:

1. Frank Scarpone

Background: In the words of Frank Scarpone: “I am not a born and bred Realtor. I came out of the corporate world, where I was a senior marketing/sales executive. I got into real estate because my son wanted a partner. It was the best decision I made in 2004. I just love this industry. I get to help people with what is generally their largest capital investment. I have two MBAs, one in marketing management and the other in financial management. Aside from teaching college courses, they have allowed me to guide my clients in making excellent buying and selling decisions when it comes to their real estate choices. It doesn’t matter if they are buying a million-dollar home or a $100,000 manufactured home, they receive the same level or service, courtesy, honesty, integrity, and communication.”

2. Carmen Brodeur, JD

3. Lisa Kemper, Associate Broker

4. Robert A. Cohen, Esq., CDPE

5. Benjamin J. Katz

6. Scott Jarson

7. Tracey Zemer

8. Brian North

9. Valerie Adams

10. Mario Montoya

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Voting for the 2023 issue of Ranking Arizona ends July 31, 2022.