REALTOR Magazine Interviews Paul Mayer of Elite Pacific on How to Attract Top Producers and Keep Them Happy

Posted by Erica Christoffer — July 13, 2015

1436805104HONOLULU, HI - Paul Meyer, Managing Partner at Elite Pacific Properties, was interviewed in REALTORMag on how "big fish need a lot of room to swim" - how his company has successfully attracted several top producers and given them the freedom to succeed.

One sales associate in particular, Greg Burns, hosted the Golf Channel’s media crew at one of his listings during the PGA’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions on the island of Maui this year. In exchange, the Golf Channel gave Burns a segment on a show in which he toured Kapalua-area luxury homes.

Elite goes after high-producing agents and gives them a long leash to create the type of connections it takes to sell multimillion-dollar listings, says Mayer, the firm’s managing partner.

Mayer, who owns the largest luxury brokerage in Hawaii, opened up about his management prowess, offering insight on how to retain agents who want to soar. 

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To read the full interview, please visit realtormag.realtor.org/for-brokers/network/article/2015/07/lure-big-fish-your-brokerage

About Elite Pacific Properties

Elite Pacific Properties specializes in Hawaii's upscale real estate. Our agents have complete knowledge of all upscale properties throughout both islands, and specialize in representing mainland and international buyers. Our philosophy is to treat each client as we would our friends, and each property and transaction as we would our own.

 

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