Come to the Allen Tate Company, we will coach you to Success!

The Allen Tate Company is the largest and most productive real estate company in North and South Carolina. Lead by industry innovators and known nationwide for their character, innovation, and drive, they have created a winning formula for success that is integrated throughout the company.

Gail Hurst serves as Broker-in-Charge and manager of the Allen Tate Easley/Powdersville Office. With more than 40 years of experience, she has served as broker-in-charge in three states and has developed a unique and progressive perspective regarding the real estate business. Gail's designations include CRB, CRS, GRI, and ABR, an accomplishment of only 2% of licensees in the nation. Gail has spent her career pursuing personal growth and expanding her leadership abilities. She has been coached/mentored by National Leaders who include Mike Ferry, Joe Stumpf, Barbara Marshall, Barbara Schwartz, and Dyan Dobbins. She is presently a Ninja Facilitator. Ninja Facilitators focus on how to improve the mindset, skillset and actions of agents. She uses her years of experience, training, and knowledge to mentor and coaches her agents to help them reach their full potential.

Gail leads her Easley/Powdersville agents to maximize value and deliver high-quality service to all their clients. They have implemented systems and have a managed process to ensure that service is provided in a meaningful and measurable manner. Gail's agents enjoy an environment of energetic teamwork centered in a Consumer-Centric philosophy and nurtured by conscious care.

The Allen Tate Easley/Powdersville office is located in Powdersville, just 4 miles from downtown Easley and one mile from I-85, making it convenient to the Greenville and Anderson marketplaces. This medium-sized office will accommodate up to 45 agents.

If you are considering a career move, please call Gail Hurst today. 704-502-2177

Licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina

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