Pam Deery, R(B) is not going to get a gold statuette. She’s not going to receive a plaque or a newspaper advertisement and it probably won’t even get mentioned at the next quarterly meeting that Pam Deery, R(B), is Hawaii Life Big Island’s Top Producing Broker in 2012.
Pam Deery, R(B)
According to our MLS statistics, Pam has sold over $63M worth of Big Island real estate since 2005 (Plus multi-millions from 2003-2005 that’s not reported on the MLS). What’s incredible is that Pam sold 25% of that total in the past 12 months. To say that she deserves the distinction of being Hawaii Life Big Island’s Top Producer for 2012 is an understatement. Yet Pam will never tell you – not in a zillion years – that she’s Top Producer, it’s just not her style.
How Do I Know Pam?
Pam and I met fortuitously at the “flagpole” in Kona, spring 2009. I was representing an Oahu buyer from our website who wanted a short sale about to be at foreclosure auction – Pam was representing the seller.
A few months later, Pam joined Hawaii Life and we closed our first transaction together – the “flagpole” short sale. From the start it was obvious that not only is Pam a consummate professional with a breadth of experience in this business matched by few, but she has a heart of gold. (Lucky clients.)
What’s Pam’s Trick?
Other agents ask me, “What’s Pam’s trick? How does she do it?” The answer is simple, but the application is difficult work.
- Have a business plan. Take it seriously. Review quarterly and modify as necessary.
- Set big goals. Set new ones when you achieve them.
- Say no to business that doesn’t fit your business plan or your goals. Live in abundance.
- Utilize teamwork and support staff like Smarketing and Transaction Coordination.
- Always take the high road and remember it’s about the clients, not about our commission.
- Get off island. Spend time with ‘ohana, loved ones and broaden your life perspective.
We’ve traveled an amazing road together these past 3.5 years. I am eternally grateful for all that you’ve contributed to our Big Island team, and for the support, knowledge, and advice you’ve given to me personally. You’ve worked incredibly hard to earn this distinction and you’ve done it with grace, laughter, and inspired us all. Mahalo nui loa.