It was as if real estate came calling on Atlanta native Rosheata McClain. During her 15-plus years with Georgia Power, A Southern Company, she worked with Key Accounts, a Marketing Division managing large commercial property management companies working with the land department on land acquisitions that she fell in love with the idea of becoming a Realtor.
“I have been in real estate for the past four years, and I’m loving every aspect of it,” declares McClain, a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties. With attention to detail, a relentless attitude, a wealth of market knowledge and reliability, she guides buyers and sellers in Atlanta through the transaction process, making sure they understand every step along the way.
In 2021, McClain was the first BHHS Georgia Realtor to earn its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award. She was also named brand ambassador and chairperson of the global initiative. Since then, the awards have rolled in. This year she received the BHHS Leading Edge Society Award, Atlanta Realtors Association Top Producer was named among the Atlanta Realtors Association’s Emerging Leaders Class of 2021, and was recently featured in Elevate Magazine and ranked as the No. 2 top producer at her office in August.
McClain makes it her mission to establish forever clients by building a rapport with the person first and focusing on the properties second. “It’s the little things that make a big difference when it comes to what makes me different from other agents,” she says. Beyond the transaction, she will occasionally meet clients for breakfast, lunch or dinner; attend housewarming parties; and drop by homes with gifts on birthdays. To stay in touch with past clients and update them on their home’s value, she likes to meet with them for “conversation and comps.”
“I understood early to live my life authentically with discipline, dedication and determination, just like Kobe Bryant,” McClain says. “I want clients to see that I am serious, passionate and an expert and source in my field.”