The firm named its No. 1 individual agents, small teams, large teams and rookie of the year.
The recipient, Molly McGrory, purchased the Canton-based franchise in 2005.
“Try everything, what works for someone else might not work for you.” — Tony Tran, Realtor, Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage – Brookhaven
The office will be led by managing brokers Heather Foresman and Linda Baker.
“Work your sphere of influence. Get your contact list out, and go to work.” — Donna Cade, broker associate, BHGRE Metro Brokers – Atlanta
“Put your head down and work; do not take advice from other agents.” — Amber Rogers, Associate Broker, PalmerHouse Properties Atlanta
Whether you strive to be a top producer or you think the title is just a lot of hype, our survey found there was no shortage of viewpoints on the topic.
Also at the event, the brokerage unveiled a host of new companywide initiatives it is launching this year.
“Be you. Don’t compare. It will happen!” — Nina Lauren Salim, real estate and lifestyle expert, Nina and Associates Real Estate, brokered by eXp Realty
“Call your sphere of influence every day.” — Jonathan Crego, Realtor, J.R. Crego Real Estate with Heartland Real Estate
“Always trust your gut, and protect your mental health.” — Andrew Burns, Realtor, Coldwell Banker – Marietta/West Cobb
“I’m old school. As a new agent, it starts by passing out that new box of business cards to everyone you meet. Personal contact.” — Vickie Rogers, broker/licensed instructor, Vickie Rogers Realty
The new vice president previously served as the firm’s chief experience officer.
“Stay present and connected with your sphere of influence. Don’t be a secret agent.” — Paula Burch Jackson, Realtor, Keller Williams – Atlanta Partners
According to our 2023 Predictions Survey, 59% of Atlanta real estate professionals expect their 2023 numbers to top their 2022 numbers, despite rising interest rates.
“It’s all about the long game.” — Jessica Caballero, Realtor, Jess in the City