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Berkshire Hathaway opens Historic College Park office

by Jason Porterfield

Wendy Allen

Atlanta-area homebuyers have another resource at hand, thanks to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties opening its new Historic College Park office to serve clients and agents in South Fulton.

The office, located at 1876 Princeton Avenue in College Park, officially opened on Feb. 2 with a masked ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception that was live-streamed via Facebook. Wendy Allen serves as senior vice president and managing broker.

“With its central location, many attractions, and diverse and welcoming community – College Park boasts small-town charm and comfort with the convenience of metropolitan living,” Allen said. “We’re excited to provide home buyers and sellers in this rapidly growing community with the expertise, service, and global marketing power that only HomeServices can offer.”

The new office is set up to provide a welcoming environment in College Park’s Historic District. The 1.5-story building covers 6,176 square feet and offers industry-leading technology to help develop connections between agents, their clients and members of the community. It marks an expansion into one of the fastest-growing markets in Georgia as BHHS seeks to maintain its status as one of the top-rated real estate companies in the state.

“I am thrilled to be expanding our footprint into Historic College Park,” said Dan Forsman, president and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties. “Under Wendy’s leadership, this office is sure to flourish and serve as a tremendous asset to the surrounding community.”

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