Julie Gentry, Luxury, Custom, New Construction and Land Development Specialist

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices


From Atlanta and having lived all over the U.S. and the world, Julie Gentry is a recognized real estate leader with a unique expertise in the national and international housing markets. She’s known for maximizing outcomes for local, relocation, luxury, custom, builder, developer, celebrity, sports and entertainment clients. 

With her in-depth knowledge, white-glove service and impeccable attention to detail, Gentry does all she can to make the selling and purchasing, relocation, development, and building experiences great.  “I take the time to really get to know my clients and their needs in order to maximize positive results,” she says. “I care deeply about my clients and strive to achieve and exceed their goals daily while making the process fun, exciting and minimizing stress.”

Consistently ranked in the top 1% globally, No. 1 in new home sales and was ranked this year No. 1 in Georgia and No. 8 in the nation with Berkshire Hathaway, her expertise and award-winning results for her clients coupled with more than 16 years of specialty knowledge, training, leadership, top negotiation, marketing, coaching and management experience result in consistently impressive results and industry awards — and, most importantly, very happy clients.

Gentry is an active member and trainer in top local and nationwide Realtor, luxury and construction organizations and participates in and avidly supports numerous community projects, committees, boards and charitable foundations.               

Understanding the importance of communication and commitment, she cares deeply about her clients and treats them accordingly. “Knowledge and experience are key,” she says, “But caring is essential and 100% from the heart. I treat my clients like the cherished friends they are and watch out for their real estate investments like for my family and appreciate the opportunity to do so.”     

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