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How Holly Meyer Lucas made a name for herself in a heavily male-dominated field

Holly is a leader in luxury real estate sales. She has been in this field for just six years but she has already sold numerous homes with price tags as high as $11 million.

Courtesy of Holly Meyer Lucas
Courtesy of Holly Meyer Lucas

Holly Meyer Lucas has dabbled in a wide variety of areas, including bartending and software sales. She has today made a name for herself in the male-dominated field of real estate.

While selling medical software was enjoyable and lucrative, Holly realized she could not continue on this career path if she and husband Ed Lucas (an Atlanta Braves baseball player) wished to start a family. Now a proud mom of three boys, Holly is making a big impact on the real estate industry.

With a background in corporate sales combined with a strong work ethic, drive, and determination, Holly realized that real estate was an ideal match for her skill set and sports & entertainment was her niche.

Today, Holly is a leader in luxury real estate sales. She has been in this field for just six years but she has already sold numerous homes with price tags as high as $11 million. Thanks to the insights she gained as a baseball wife, Holly developed the Meyer Lucas Method as a proprietary way of selling real estate.
Backed by a brilliant team, Holly and her staff have established a formidable name for themselves in a male-dominated industry. Thanks to their unique insights and knowledge of the market, these agents are trouncing their peers in the real estate world.

Gender doesn’t really matter when it comes to business. What it really comes down to is who is the best at their job. Holly has shown the industry that women can generate stellar sales if driven by knowledge, efforts, and hard work. In her own words, she and her team are not just here to stay, but to dominate as well.

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