Franchisee Spotlight - Meet Kim and Wemmy - Washington, DC

In this edition of Franchisee Spotlight, we would like to introduce you to the newest members of the Assist2Sell family. Meet Wemmy Adeboyejo and Kimberly Fallin from Washington, DC.

Q. One unique thing about you someone wouldn't learn until they got you know you.

Wemmy: I used to be a Flight Attendant.

Q. Where would you build your dream home, and why?

Wemmy: Oh San Diego. I love the ocean, weather and people. I actually have my house picked out in La Jolla already. Just waiting on my husband to win the lottery so he can buy it for me.

Kim: Miami Beach. I'm a beach girl at heart. Believe it or not I grew up just a few blocks from the beach in New York. Miami's weather is a lot more conducive to beach living. 

Q. How long have you been in the real estate business?

Wemmy: 8 years and counting

Kim: Since 2007

Q. How did you get your start in Real Estate?  

Wemmy: The airline I worked for went bankrupt. That would do it

Kim: I sold a condo I owned without the use of a realtor at the age of 22. Real estate came very natural to me so figured I'd try my at real estate as a career. 

Q. What do you enjoy most about the real estate business?

Wemmy: I call myself a "home matchmaker". I love matching my clients with the right home or investors the right deal. Some of them actually cry when I make that magic happen. Ofcourse I love meeting new people as well. Most of my clients end up becoming friends.
Kim: I love meeting new people from all over the world. I have a lot of international clients and have been invited to India, South Africa, Austria and Mexico. 

Q. Why Assist2Sell?  

Wemmy: I really liked the model

Kim: I feel flat fees are the future and want to be ahead of the curve. Assist-2-Sell has an attractive model that I feel will work well in my market. I also was impressed with the support the franchise offers.

Q. What area are you opening your office in? 

Washington, DC

Q. The value piece of real estate advise you received? 

Wemmy: Pay your taxes!

Kim: A client once told me "A good deal is a deal that is fair to both parties." This has helped me become a less rigid negotiator.