RISMEDIA, August 21, 2007–In 2004, her first year in the real estate business, Amy Hall reported $3 million in sales. It was more than luck that helped this former U.S. Army Drill instructor reach such high levels of success so quickly. Read on to learn more about Hall and why we chose her to be on this year’s list of Realtor on the Rise winners:
In real estate since: 2004 Prior to real estate: Hall worked as a U.S. Army Drill instructor for Metro State Prison. First-year numbers: In her first year, Hall’s sales volume was $3 million.
Some time ago, Amy Hall had to have emergency surgery. “I never realized what an impact I had in real estate until I was admitted into the hospital,” she says. Despite both arms having IVs and other medications attached, Hall still managed to oversee all of her deals. “Almost 90 percent of my clients came to visit me—even those from out of state—and most of those still wanted me to put in contracts for them while I was lying in my hospital bed….I love real estate.”
Agents who want to advance their careers and learn what it takes to become successful in today’s changing market like Hall should plan to attend this year’s Leadership Conference in New York City on Sept. 5 & 6. With dozens of industry leading speakers and educational sessions and plenty of high-level networking time, it’s an event not to miss.
To learn more about the event or to register, visit rismedia.com/events/leadership-conference/
This year’s Realtors on the Rise winners reflect a sizeable showing of quality agents who have entered the market within the past five years.
From their impressive sales figures, to their innovative marketing strategies, to their community involvement, Real Estate magazine’s editors have chosen 50 Realtors on the Rise, selected from hundreds of candidates. We congratulate this year’s winners on stepping up, pushing forward and committing to the real estate marketplace.
For more information or to read the entire feature visit www.rismag.com/2007/08/