A country boy from New England, Keith Hall was born and raised on a dead-end road in Hebron, a small rural town in southern Maine with a population of less than 1,000 people. Keith served in the US Military in both the Army Reserves and the National Guard for six years, from the age of 17 to 23, where he learned the value of hard work, determination and dedication.
Keith started his career in sales with a freight company in 1998. He forged strong relationships with customers located in his territory and negotiated numerous multi-million dollar contracts with Fortune 500 companies and businesses of all sizes. Most recently, Keith worked in Sales for YRC Freight in 2017 before making the transition to real estate. Keith’s background in sales provided him with a solid foundation and the experience necessary to enter the real estate world with a firm grasp of the knowledge and competitive skills necessary to best serve his clients.
Before moving to Utah, Keith began a new chapter of his life when he moved West to Colorado in 2009 and eventually settled in Utah in 2012. He yearned to be independent, with flexible job freedom which led him to seek out a career in the real estate industry. He loves working with people and has a passion for making a positive difference in the lives of others while building strong relationships. He has always loved real estate and the unique styles of different homes. Keith thrives on providing high-quality service and attention to detail to ensure his customers get the best experience on one of the biggest transactions of their lives.
When he isn’t selling real estate, Keith is hiking and dirt biking in the mountains or playing golf and pickleball. He’s passionate about food and is a self-proclaimed ‘pizza snob’ who loves east coast NY-style pizza as his favorite. Keith has a zest for life who loves adventure and exploring the unknown, in both nature and different parts of the world. He loves to travel and learn about different cultures - his most memorable trips have been to Iceland, where he saw the northern lights, and Germany and Austria where he experienced the magical Christmas Market season. One of his most epic trips was biking the 100-mile loop around Lake Constance, a central European lake that borders Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Some of his proudest accomplishments are his service in the military and being the first member of his family to get a college degree. But most of all, Keith’s proudest accomplishment in life is his 24-year-old son, who now lives in Vermont – a native of New England just like his dad.