2018 marks Pat Wall’s 40th year in residential real estate.
In June, she was awarded the prestigious Realtor Emeritus designation by the National Association of Realtors.
This honor is for the select few brokers who have been NAR members for 40 years and given back to the industry. She has had a career of 4 decades as a “Top Producer”. Receiving honors as a DMAR Excellence Award winner and 5 Star Professional every year. Her other designations are GRI ( Graduate of Realtor Institute) MRE ( Masters in Real Estate) CRS ( Council of Residential Specialists) and in 2017 the SRS ( Seller Representative Specialist ) Her career started in 1977 at Van Schaack & Company in Cherry Creek. In 1990, she joined her colleagues who had formed The Kentwood Company. Pat is a Denver native and alum of the University of Colorado (chemistry). Her background is in the apparel industry (retail, wholesale & manufacturing her own clothing company: PAT ON THE BACK in Los Angeles.) This accounts for her excellent business knowledge and negotiating skills. Known for her creative marketing campaigns—she just launched her new website: cherrycreekrestaurants.com. The site is a continuation of her first promotional campaign from 1979 based on her list of Cherry Creek restaurants. The new website features her famous list of restaurants plus access to active listings. “Where is THE CHERRY” is Pat’s trademarked social media campaign that follows a 3 foot tall cherry around Cherry Creek.
She has served on the Board of Directors for Hilltop and University Park. In 2000 she started the University Park Home Tour. Her expertise extends from Cherry Creek to Cherry Hills.
She is adamant about real estate as the vehicle for funding a college education. Ask her about Wall College Fund LLC.
Her years have taught her there is a better way to prepare her clients. She strives to make her sellers the best in the market with programs like Target Date Marketing and the Good Home Guarantee. According to Kentwood Managing Broker, Brandon Brennick: “Pat does the details so well. Her uncanny ability to price property and keen sense of telling a home’s story have made her and her clients very successful!”
Pat’s Mother was a real estate broker and helped Pat purchase her first home at 20. Pat’s son, Peter is a lobbyist and represents Denver Metro Association of Realtors. Peter re-ceived an award presented by Mayor Hancock in 2017 for his service as Governmental Affairs Director for DMAR.