During his nearly four decades in real estate, Zac Pasmanick has won countless awards, from RE/MAX’s lifetime achievement “Luminary of Distinction” to Circle of Legends and Top Honors from the Atlanta Board of Realtors. He is a member of a number of professional associations, including the National Association of Realtors, the Council of Residential Brokers and Star Power; and for 35 consecutive years, has been part of ABR’s Million Dollar Club. Pasmanick is also a Certified Residential Specialist and a Luxury Council Home Marketing Specialist, and is a member of the Council of Real Estate Brokerage Managers.
Pasmanick grew up in Atlanta’s Morningside area, where he still lives today, but his first real estate job was working for his uncle’s brokerage in Connecticut. He lasted one winter before returning to the Atlanta market, and he’s been working in the same ZIP code ever since. His intimate understanding of the immediate area, bolstered by his inherent love of architecture, has created in Pasmanick a local expertise matched by few others. He can quickly reconcile a client’s wants and needs with the neighborhoods and properties that will fit them best.
Finding the perfect home in a market with limited inventory is difficult, but Pasmanick’s proactive approach has resulted in more than 5,000 families successfully buying or selling their homes. He and his team leverage their extensive knowledge and reach out to neighbors, past clients and connections in neighborhoods or buildings to find properties for sale before they hit the MLS. Throughout this process, Pasmanick considers himself a consultant rather than a salesperson, relying on his honesty, integrity and willingness to help anyone who asks to help him stand out.
“I believe in the golden rule,” Pasmanick says. “I treat people the way I’d want to be treated.” He considers it an honor to pass his ethics and experience on to his team of 14 agents and staff, encouraging them to reach beyond their expectations of themselves. He also attends national and international conferences, conventions and symposiums, where he frequently sits on discussion panels to share his insights.
Grateful to work in an industry that he loves, Pasmanick feels privileged to be surrounded by wonderful people who are like family. However, when he’s not at work, he’s still active: He enjoys volunteering at his synagogue’s night shelter, he is street captain for his neighborhood watch and he is working with his team to volunteer as a group with the Boys and Girls Club.