Knowing your community and being committed to and involved with the residents gives Zac Sundgren an “in” in the real estate market. His knowledge of town and country people and what makes Butler County progressive, a background in public relations and business administration and a family history in the real estate business gave Zac a natural formula for a successful real estate career in his hometown.
A graduate of El Dorado High School, he went on to earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in journalism and mass communications with a major in public relations and a minor in business administration at Kansas State University.
After seeking fame and fortune in other areas of life, Zac realized that he is just a Kansas “boy” at heart and came home, earning his real estate license in Kansas in 2003. He became an appraiser in 2004, but concentrates on his first love of matching the right property to the right individual or family.
In 2005 and 2006, Zac was named to the Butler County Board of Realtors Achiever’s Club for over $1 million in sales each year. He didn’t stop thereâ€”in 2007, his sales reached just over $3.6 million. Don’t let his soft spoken, easy going manner fool you. His knowledge of the local real estate market is unsurpassed and his sales continue to climb.
The people he meets and serves are his favorite part of being a realtor and he enjoys a challenging market. His reasons for living in El Dorado are the same attributes that are so easy for him to “sell” newcomers. “It’s a great place to raise a family. We offer a huge lake with recreational facilities, excellent parks for family recreation, a fine arts community unequaled in any other town our size, great educational opportunities in our public schools and community college, a downtown that shines under the banner of being a Main Street City, a stable business environment, an outstanding city infrastructure, growing and stable industries like BG Products, Frontier Refining, Barsol Solvents, the El Dorado Correctional Facility and a broad base of retail businesses.”
Zac can rightly take pride in the versatility of his skills in selling land, rural and residential properties and businesses. He works hard at making that “perfect” match between buyer and seller, as is evident in his growing number of referral sales.
In addition to his career, Zac is a devoted father to his children Jaydon and Quinn
His community and professional involvements include:
• Wichita Area Association of Realtors
• Kansas Association of Realtors
• National Association of Realtors
• El Dorado Kiwanis, where he serves as president elect