Linda Hall has been an esteemed real estate professional and devout Fort Mill / Tega Cay resident for over 40 years. She first excelled as a single agent then as a team leader and listing specialist, known for always delivering stellar client service and sales results.
Over the decades, Linda has earned consistent awards for her performance. As head of The Linda Hall Team at Century 21 First Choice, she has been recognized with these honors: Top 6 Teams Century 21 in South Carolina, for both units and volume; Century 21 President's Award for Volume and Quality Service; and the first recipient to receive the National Century 21 Technology Producer of the Year Award in 2012. The Linda Hall Team was voted the Best Real Estate Team in Fort Mill in 2020. She and her Team presently have 327 reviews in the Century 21 system.
In addition to being a Licensed Agent in South Carolina and Licensed Broker in North Carolina, Linda holds numerous industry designations as an Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES). Plus she has been a speaker and presenter at many real estate events to empower and inspire her industry peers.
The common thread of her success based on client reviews, is seasoned experience, skillful negotiating, and the ability to always get the job done (with 99% of the team's contracts successfully closed). Specializing in residential real estate purchases and sales, Linda is the ultimate partner for the single largest investment in your life.
She believes in giving back to her community, having served as President of the Tega Cay Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored local youth sports teams. Linda's team is a sponsor of the Humane Society of York county and its Christmas Store as well as a partner with the Fort Mill Care Center.
Linda is originally from Charlotte, NC. She lives with her long time husband, Pete Hall and has a grown son who followed in her real estate footsteps. The joy of her life is her grandson Kaleb and her Golden Retriever, Molly. Unfortunately, in August 2021, she lost her grandson Will due to a tragic car accident, he will always be in her heart.