Atlanta native and top-producing real estate agent Jodi Fink Halpert has been successful, while being professional to the core. After growing up in Sandy Springs, the real estate veteran prides herself on her intimate knowledge and understanding of the how Atlanta and its many communities have grown and changed.
“For my clients, it’s more than just buying or selling; it’s the consulting aspect that makes them comfortable with their decisions,” she says. “I listen to my clients’ objectives and suggest the best options for them and their unique situation, bringing my experience to the table.”
Halpert’s continuing success is reflected in her 2016 production. By October, she had already far exceeded her entire 2015 production. Her average list-to-sold ratio is currently 99.1 percent, and her average listing time is only 26 days year-to-date. She is on track to end 2016 with more than $33 million in production – a considerable feat for any individual agent.
Halpert’s professional experience is bolstered by advanced degrees in marketing and graphic design, specifically in the areas of branding, design, technology and staging – all of which have become an integral part of her marketing strategies, and set her apart from her competition. In recognition of her achievements, she will be receiving the coveted Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ Chairman’s Circle Diamond Distinction, given each year to the company’s top half of 1 percent of agents nationwide.
Throughout her career, Halpert has been a consistent top producer – first with Prudential Georgia Realty and now with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties. She is recognized as a Luxury Collection Agent, Certified Skilled Negotiator and Relocation Specialist, among her many honors and certifications. Halpert feels lucky to be affiliated with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, a prestigious, cutting edge company that gives its agents the tools, technology and training to do a superb job for their clients.
When Halpert is not hard at work, she spends time with her children and husband, Ben, in their cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Together, Halpert and her family also volunteer for Second Helpings, an organization that coordinates picking up surplus food from restaurants and grocery stores and delivering them to agencies that help feed the hungry. She is also active in her children’s schools, and has chaired the Outside Publicity committee for Dunwoody Elementary for four years. On top of that, she helps her husband with his Savvy Cyber Kids charitable organization, which educates children and their parents about safety on the Internet.
A consultant, real estate professional, teacher and leader, Halpert hopes that she can continue growing and reinforcing her reputation as an industry leader for years to come.