My name is Corey Archer.
I am licensed in the state of Arkansas as a Real Estate Sales
Agent. I reside in Clarksville and have
deep family roots in Johnson and Franklin Counties where I was born and have
chosen to raise my family in the same place, I’ve always called home. My first transaction was dealing with a
family estate sale. I have knowledge of
all types of Real Estate transactions and not all transactions are the
same. The knowledge that I have
accumulated is vast and ever growing.
Prior to Real Estate I was a Paramedic for twenty
years. I have served in Franklin, Johnson,
Logan and Pope Counties. Being able to
multi-task and problem solve in all situations with honesty and integrity or
all my clients, past, future and present.
I can assure you that I will work diligently from start to finish.
Since changing professions from a Paramedic to a full-time
Real Estate Agent I have strived to achieve personal sales goals and go the
extra mile for my clients and make new connections every day. My former career has taught me to listen and
always be aware of my surroundings, make the best out of any situation, work
with what I have and to be resourceful to this ever-changing market. The things that I do in Real Estate are just
as important to me as if it were a patient of mine that I am caring for. I have saved many lives over the years and I
will close even more successful transactions in the future in my comparison.
I know there is only so much I can say about myself here. My
peers have the upmost respect for what I do in my personal and professional
settings. Being hands on, punctual and having
the mindset of time is of the essence type of mentality. Hungry for success is all that I do and striving
for excellence is what makes the difference in choosing an average Real Estate
Agent or the Right Real Estate Agent!!
Thank you for the opportunity for reading my bio. I hope you have enjoyed getting to know me. I can’t wait to meet you in person and be your
Real Estate Agent. As always, have a blessed
and wonderful day.