The PHOENIX 50 Top Agents

Welcome to PHOENIX magazines' annual list of the 50 best residential real estate agents in the Phoenix metro area.

The PHOENIX 50 Top Agents is a survey of 25,000 PHOENIX magazine subscribers who were asked for their opinion on real estate agents who helped them buy or sell a home – or both – over the past 20 years in the Phoenix metro area. Use this subscriber-selected list of the Valley’s best agents to make important decisions about your real estate needs.

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Choosing the Top Agents

Grading the agents in five different practice areas, from closing skills to design knowledge, the respondents also offered written testimonials on the agents in question, many of which are included below. PHOENIX editors evaluated the surveys, added our own candidates to fully represent the geographic and cultural sweep of the Valley, and created a final list. To help you find the right agent, we’ve included the neighborhoods where the agents respectively tend to specialize, but these are only starting points. Most agents will work anywhere in the Valley.

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Sammy Glassman


Sandy Adler

Arizona Best Real Estate

Shawn Bellamak

Bellamak Realty

Shawna Warner


Sheila Vaughn

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Stacie Lee

Berkshire Hathaway

Stephanie Coffman

United Brokers Group

Steve Caniglia


Steve Dubinka

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Tad Marino

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Teri Mogensen

Coldwell Banker

Tiffany Griffin

BVO Luxury Group at Keller Williams

Tom Scott

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Tracy Kloock


Tricia Amato

HomeSmart Elite Group

Vikki Gorman

Realty Executives

Walt Danley

Walt Danley Christie’s International Real Estate

Wayne Graham

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For more than 50 years, PHOENIX magazine's experienced writers, editors, and designers have captured all sides of the Valley with award-winning and insightful writing, and groundbreaking report and design. Our expository features, narratives, profiles, and investigative features keep our 385,000 readers in touch with the Valley's latest trends, events, personalities and places.