Why I'm a Realtor

Because not all real estate agents are REALTORS, I choose to differentiate myself, set higher expectations and provide my clientele with the best experience possible in a real estate transaction. I pursue professionalism in being an industry leader and strive to continually outperform others with better tools, professional designations, a broader knowledge base and deeper pool of experiences to draw upon. The annual cost of professionalism, of being a REALTOR, is minimal when compared to its impact on my business and my industry.


  • am a voice in Washington, D.C. on behalf of all home owners;
  • use Association approved, Georgia specific legal contracts that keeps  your transaction is in complete compliance;
  • have access to make specific forums and a national resource center to draw upon in the sale or search of your home; to advance education on current tools, industry certifications and the lest trends.

With less than 50% of the active real estate licensees in Georgia electing to become REALTORS, homebuyers and sellers need to interview prospective agents and ask the question, “Are you a REALTOR?”