Coldwell Banker’s Gail Roberts, Ed Feijo & Team named top-performing small sales team

by Liz Hughes

Gail Roberts, Ed Feijo & Team of Coldwell Banker Realty New England’s Cambridge office has been named the No. 1 top-performing Coldwell Banker small sales team in the country for the fourth year in a row. 

The award is based on adjusted gross commission income. The team secured more than $300 million in sales in 2021, an increase of more than $100 million in closed sales volume from 2020. 

“Their consistent hard work, industry-leading service and uplifting spirit have set them apart as elite sales professionals,” said M. Ryan Gorman, CEO of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. “They truly embody the Coldwell Banker culture and we’re proud to once again celebrate their great success.”

The team was also ranked fifth small team nationally in 2021 for rental income and received the Coldwell Banker International Society of Excellence award that’s presented to the top 2% of affiliated agents internationally. The team consistently ranks in Coldwell Banker’s elite top 1% of teams internationally, according to a company release. Roberts and Feijo are also members of the International Luxury Alliance and have been recognized by The Wall Street Journal’s REAL Trends “The Thousand” report. 

“Year after year, the team’s ability to cultivate long-lasting relationships and provide a tailored experience for each and every client sets an amazing example for real estate professionals in New England and beyond,” said Pauline Bennett, president, Coldwell Banker Realty in New England. “I greatly admire the team’s ability to achieve such impressive results, while also prioritizing humor and fun in every interaction.”

Outside of work, Roberts and Feijo both devote time to philanthropy. Roberts sits on multiple non-profit boards, including UNICEF USA, the Cambridge Community Foundation, The Huntington Theatre, the Overseers of Mount Auburn Hospital and Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts. Feijo is a member of the board of directors of the Cambridge Community Foundation, the Center for Coastal Studies and Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts.

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