|Amy Hall of Atlanta, Georgia didn’t go into real estate thinking she’d be a success; in fact, her background as a US Army Drill Instructor for a maximum-security women’s prison was about as far from real estate as you could get. But after dabbling in property management and finding it suited her, this southern native took the plunge and got her license in 2004, while not in the best financial situation: “I was completely broke!” she laughs. Shortly thereafter she started closing deal after deal, and by the end of her first year she’d grossed over $4 million in sales. |
In this call she shares:
- The simple but brilliant and completely free method she used to find her first clients
- What particular type of property she focused on to instantly attract a variety of buyers
- What strategies she used to achieve success her first few years
From the day she obtained her real estate license in 2004, Atlanta, Georgia native Amy Hall has immersed herself in the real estate industry and has steadily advanced, winning awards and recognition each year for her continued successes. Hall honed her skills first representing Investors, First Time Home Buyers, and working with HUD homes, and remains an expert in those areas. She credits her background as a US Army Drill Instructor for Metro State Prison as giving her the focus and discipline necessary to grow her business, and indeed she has. Having expanded her business over the years, Hall recently hired 2 team members and is pursuing her broker's license. Specializing in elegant homes, Hall is a firm negotiator, skilled communicator, and gives 110% to every client she works with.