Sally Malsch

I had no idea that I needed to spend decades preparing myself to be a service oriented, top producing realtor, whose mission it is to get quality results for my clients, namely the purchase or sale of a residential property in the Pioneer Valley. I began my career as a Ph.D. academic. I was lured to the Valley from the University of Washington via the University of Regensburg to become an Asst. Professor of German at U MASS. I loved publishing and teaching, and I fell in love with Wilfried Malsch, also a professor in the same department. We married, and had two children whom we raised here in Amherst. Raising children taught me the most, and the family remains the center of my life. I gave up my tenure track position, but I also continued my studies and teaching. I acquired both a 2nd B.A. and M.A. from UMASS in Spanish, and I taught both languages for a short time at Deerfield Academy.

In 1994 I made another life-altering decision to embark on the career of being a real estate agent, and for more than two decades now I have thrived in this role. To gain ‘street creds,’ so to speak, I started working with a group of able contractors in our Immanuel Lutheran Church to refurbish our parsonage. Throughout the years I have sold properties in every price range, from 100k to 903k. Buyers seek me out because I lead them every step of the way through the process of purchasing a home, from financing to closing. Sellers seek me out to list their homes because of my stellar track record in sales over decades along with my marketing and promotional skills, including my Visual Tours. Referrals are, after all, the life blood of my business.

Also, since I live in a townhouse, I decided to become a specialist in selling condos in the Five College Area. Every year I send out mailings to each person in a condo association in Amherst with a synopsis of the sold/active/expired listings in their particular complex. This way I provide sellers and buyers with valuable, local market insights into selling or purchasing a condo in this area. In addition, I am a Director of the Echo Hill South Association, the first Planned Urban Development, commonly known as cluster housing, in the state of Massachusetts.

I had no idea that I needed to spend decades preparing myself to be a service oriented, top producing realtor, whose mission it is to get quality results for my clients, namely the purchase or sale of a residential property in the Pioneer Valley. I began my career as a Ph.D. academic. I was lured to the Valley from the University of Washington via the University of Regensburg to become an Asst. Professor of German at U MASS. I loved publishing and teaching, and I fell in love with Wilfried Malsch, also a professor in the same department. We married, and had two children whom we raised here in Amherst. Raising children taught me the most, and the family remains the center of my life. I gave up my tenure track position, but I also continued my studies and teaching. I acquired both a 2nd B.A. and M.A. from UMASS in Spanish, and I taught both languages for a short time at Deerfield Academy.

In 1994 I made another life-altering decision to embark on the career of being a real estate agent, and for more than two decades now I have thrived in this role. To gain ‘street creds,’ so to speak, I started working with a group of able contractors in our Immanuel Lutheran Church to refurbish our parsonage. Throughout the years I have sold properties in every price range, from 100k to 903k. Buyers seek me out because I lead them every step of the way through the process of purchasing a home, from financing to closing. Sellers seek me out to list their homes because of my stellar track record in sales over decades along with my marketing and promotional skills, including my Visual Tours. Referrals are, after all, the life blood of my business.

Also, since I live in a townhouse, I decided to become a specialist in selling condos in the Five College Area. Every year I send out mailings to each person in a condo association in Amherst with a synopsis of the sold/active/expired listings in their particular complex. This way I provide sellers and buyers with valuable, local market insights into selling or purchasing a condo in this area. In addition, I am a Director of the Echo Hill South Association, the first Planned Urban Development, commonly known as cluster housing, in the state of Massachusetts.

I had no idea that I needed to spend decades preparing myself to be a service oriented, top producing realtor, whose mission it is to get quality results for my clients, namely the purchase or sale of a residential property in the Pioneer Valley. I began my career as a Ph.D. academic. I was lured to the Valley from the University of Washington via the University of Regensburg to become an Asst. Professor of German at U MASS. I loved publishing and teaching, and I fell in love with Wilfried Malsch, also a professor in the same department. We married, and had two children whom we raised here in Amherst. Raising children taught me the most, and the family remains the center of my life. I gave up my tenure track position, but I also continued my studies and teaching. I acquired both a 2nd B.A. and M.A. from UMASS in Spanish, and I taught both languages for a short time at Deerfield Academy.

In 1994 I made another life-altering decision to embark on the career of being a real estate agent, and for more than two decades now I have thrived in this role. To gain ‘street creds,’ so to speak, I started working with a group of able contractors in our Immanuel Lutheran Church to refurbish our parsonage. Throughout the years I have sold properties in every price range, from 100k to 903k. Buyers seek me out because I lead them every step of the way through the process of purchasing a home, from financing to closing. Sellers seek me out to list their homes because of my stellar track record in sales over decades along with my marketing and promotional skills, including my Visual Tours. Referrals are, after all, the life blood of my business.

Also, since I live in a townhouse, I decided to become a specialist in selling condos in the Five College Area. Every year I send out mailings to each person in a condo association in Amherst with a synopsis of the sold/active/expired listings in their particular complex. This way I provide sellers and buyers with valuable, local market insights into selling or purchasing a condo in this area. In addition, I am a Director of the Echo Hill South Association, the first Planned Urban Development, commonly known as cluster housing, in the state of Massachusetts.