Phil Gerdes

Phil Gerdes

Realtor

Licensed Realtors® since early 2017, Phil & Victoria Gerdes finished 2017 as Long & Foster’s Company-Wide Rookies of the Year, finished 2018 as the Regions #2 GCI Earners and are currently their offices #1 Agents in both volume and units sold, as well as recently declared one of Long & Foster Top 100 Agents nationwide.

Their focus on “Real Estate Done Right” through cutting edge techniques, as well as practicing long standing real estate fundamentals, coupled with inimitable levels of communication has allowed them to provide clients top tier service, exceptional results and extraordinary satisfaction.

What sets you apart from the competition?

• Work ethic. I believe that someone may be more skilled than me, stronger than me, whatever, but they will not outwork me. I am simply willing to put in the work, learn and most of all, share, more than most.

How did you become so good at what you do?

• At 17 years old I began my path as an entrepreneur and never looked back. This has given me the opportunity to experience so much, learn from so many and test, over and over again, the things that both work, and don’t work. During this time, I’ve become entranced by the science of human psychology and the art of negotiation. All of this has helped me to become one of the best in the market.

Real estate is highly competitive; how do you maintain a code of ethics?

• A decision to adhere to the highest of ethics is all it takes. The simple decision to not waiver, no matter who it may benefit, right tis right.

What has been the highlight of your career so far?

• This is a tough question for me, everything is so fun, it’s all so amazing. Each opportunity, whether touring a house, meeting a client for the first, sitting at the dining room table with a couple looking to sell their home and watching their eyes light up when they hear about all the things we will do in order to get the job done, it all means so much. In the end, clients, clients are the highlight of my career, over and over again.

If your clients could leave you at the end of a transaction with one thing on their mind, about you, what would you want that to be?

• More than anything, it’s love. I know it seems sappy, but it’s the truth. I want our clients to know that without a shadow of a doubt, when they chose us to help them on their journey, we went all in. Ups, downs, scared, celebrations, we’ve put our heart into it all. We love what we do and we are thankful for their trust.