Many call the Gulf Coast their home, including beach-lovers, artists, athletes, fishers, foodies and, of course, the mosquito. But who makes the Gulf Coast a home for this vibrant, multifaceted population? The realtor. Let’s all raise our glasses to Elaine Sessions, a Gulf Coast leader in both real estate and volunteerism.
Elaine has the honor to work with Roberts Brothers, the oldest local real estate company on the Gulf Coast, as leader of the Sessions Team. Founded in 1946, Roberts Brothers recently celebrated their 75th anniversary and continue to expand their business. Elaine herself has worked in real estate for 44 years.
“My job is to make a real estate transaction as stress-free as possible,” Elaine said. “I help people with their budget, match a home to their lifestyle and counsel families to help make wise decisions.”
However, even with that impressive resume, Elaine’s impact on the Gulf Coast expands beyond real estate. Elaine serves with several organizations, including the Mobile Chamber of Commerce and the Southwest Mobile County Chamber of Commerce. She works with McKemie Place as a board member. Elaine also serves as a board member of Pretty Feet, an organization that supplies shoes to children across the world. Elaine’s work with children includes serving as a Big Sister to a young girl for 7 years.
When asked what she plans to do in the future, Elaine said, “Continue working with the homeless, continue working with under-privileged children and continue to be active in my church, Dayspring Baptist Church.”
If you or someone you know needs real estate services, reach out to Elaine Sessions at Roberts Brothers.