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Top performing D.C. team joins Samson Properties

Samer Kuraishi’s ONE Street is adding 48 agents to Samson’s agent count

Washington, D.C.-based mega team, ONE Street Company is merging with Virginia-based brokerage Samson Properties, according to an announcement on Thursday.

ONE Street was founded by Samer Kuraishi and it serves clients in Washington, D.C.,

Maryland, and Virginia. In the merger, ONE Street is adding 48 agents and two new offices to Samson’s footprint. Samson will now have 34 offices, including a second downtown D.C. location.

“I wanted to find an opportunity to gain more time to give back to my agents and give them more of a tech stack on top of our current offerings,” Kuraishi said in a statement. “Samson’s infrastructure, print center, footprint and supportive atmosphere are going to help take our team to new levels. The last 3 years have been a great ride and being able to be more nimble, adapt to the market, and be more efficient, is going to be a major key to our success.”

In 2021, the ONE Street team closed 742 units for $337.5 million in sales volume, making it the No. 1 ranked mega team in the nation’s capital in the 2022 RealTrends America’s Best rankings. In addition, ONE Street ranked as the No. 1 Broker owned team by the Wall Street Journal in volume and units sold for the last 8 years.

“I am excited to grow Samson’s market share in Montgomery County and Washington, DC with this expansion,” Donny Samson, Samson Properties’ CEO, said in a statement. “Samer and the entire ONE Street team are a powerful force. They are an innovative, forward-thinking team that has created cutting edge technology. ONE Street is highly successful in the DMV and I am eager to see the energy they bring to Samson Properties.”

Samson Properties, which is licensed in Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware and has over 5,500 agents, ranked at No. 25 and No. 19 in the 2022 RealTrends 500 by transaction sides and sales volume, respectively. The firm closed 20,240 sides in 2021, for a sales volume of $9.601 billion.