Veteran Real Estate Expert Walter Hall Launches National Legacy Program for Realtors

The Power of Partnering seeks to establish a new set of professional standards which already shows indications of revolutionizing the real estate industry.

NORWELL, Mass. - BostonChron -- Walter Hall, long recognized as the leading authority on residential real estate professional practices, recently announced that The Hall Institute of Real Estate will soon launch a national program for Realtors called The Power of Partnering, built on the premise that "It's time to give consumers more power, knowledge and control when selling, buying or renting their home." The Power of Partnering professional standards will give consumers this knowledge and power.

Although the program was initially designed to be marketed to individual Realtors throughout the country, recent interest from a leading real estate franchisor led Hall to modify his plan and first reach out to this group of prospective buyers.

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In discussing his motivation to develop this program he said, "My 60-plus years in the real estate industry has been very good to me, and I want to give something meaningful back to those in the industry --particularly the home sellers, buyers and renters."

The National Association of Realtors reports that 5.64 million existing homes were sold to the same number of buyers in 2020, and the U.S. Census shows that 822,000 new construction homes were sold in the same year. Other statistics show that 44.1 million of American homes are renter-occupied, and 37% of renters live in apartments. "It's a significant portion of the population engaging in real estate transactions," Hall noted.

He continued, "Over the years, I encountered many opportunities, but one problem that never got completely solved was the feeling on the part of home sellers, buyers and renters who believed that their service expectations rarely matched the actual results of the process they went through."

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He added, "And I believe that is so because the majority of home sellers, buyers, and renters have little idea of the process they are embarking upon, and the very unique and complex details involved. If the process is not clearly understood it often results in unpleasant, unexpected, and/or expensive surprises somewhere in the process."

Working with a key team of advisors across the country over the last three years, Hall extracted the key points of each process in the book, All Things REAL ESTATE and created three unique Consumer  Guides, each containing a "quick read" summary of every part of the process involved in "Selling Your Home, Buying Your Home, and Renting Your Home." Subsequent testing of the Consumer Guides produced the same result as that of the book. Consumer testimonials are contained in each Consumer Guide.

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Colleen Cimini

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