Top-rated lgbtq agents in atlanta

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Walt

Walt - Gay Realtor

My name is Walt I'm a REALTORĀ® in GA licensed as a Real Estate Broker. I grew up here in Atlanta and have personally experienced the many "changes" of our dynamic and vibrant city. With over 12 years industry experience serving clients in the Atlanta ...read more
Guy

Guy - Gay Realtor

With over 10 years of experience managing conflicts of interest for some of the world's largest law firms and former Big 4 accounting firms, Guy brings a strong legal background that has covered numerous real estate cases and clients - to just about any ...read more
Jason

Jason - Gay Realtor

Born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Jason relocated to Atlanta while working for a large super-regional bank in 2001. After working as a real estate lender, underwriter and credit officer for more than 10 years, he decided to follow in his family's ...read more
Doug

Doug - Gay Realtor

Doug is a Native of North Atlanta with a extensive knowledge of the Real Estate market. Doug is in the 100% Club of his brokerageand just was awarded the Hall of Fame Club, making in excess of $1,000,000 in earned commissions. He has been a consistent ...read more
Michael

Michael - Gay Realtor

I have lived in Metro Atlanta nearly my entire life! I have resided in a variety of areas inside-the-perimeter: Grant Park, Midtown, West Midtown, and Buckhead. Upon moving to Atlanta, from Douglasville where I grew up, I accepted an entry-level position ...read more
Trevor

Trevor - Gay Realtor

Trevor entered the Real Estate industry in 1996 as an agent assistant and earned his license in 1997. With more the 19 years experience, Trevor has conquered many challenges facing the industry today. He has, of necessity, become very innovative and ...read more
Keith

Keith - Gay Realtor

Keith is in the top 15% in sales and production with the Atlanta Board of Realtors and is recognized as a Top Producer. He is passionate about Real Estate and his clients. His professionalism, integrity, effective negotiating skills, and market knowledge ...read more
Nicholas

Nicholas - Gay Realtor

In the beginning of my career I was a hairdresser. Being in that industry taught me the importance of attentive customer service, great listening skills, and strong attention to detail. Upon moving to Atlanta a few years ago I found out my cosmetology ...read more
Spencer

Spencer - Gay Realtor

My clients are both residential and commercial ~ Builders and Developers as well as Home Buyers and Sellers. As a Real Estate Agent he already has earned the trust and confidence of a legion of clients who regularly pass along his good name and reputation. ...read more
Lonnie

Lonnie - Gay Realtor

Originally from the midwest, I have lived in the Southeast since 1999 via Atlanta GA, Charlotte NC, and then back to Atlanta where I call home. I am a dad to a wonderful black lab. When you utilize me to sell your home you will see how I do things ...read more

Atlanta News

Atlanta, Georgia: The Gay Capitol of the South
This stunning southern city is home to a thriving and diverse gay community. Whether you like fine arts, festivals, eclectic restaurants, trendy neighborhoods, history, outdoor recreation, or all of the above, Atlanta truly has something for everyone. It’s not hard to see why Atlanta has been declared the “Gay Capital of the South”. A Quick Look at Atlanta’s History Atlanta began as a railroad town, a city initially established at the end of the Western & Atlantic Railroad ...more
Atlanta: An LGBTQ Community for Nature Lovers
Enchanting Atlanta is known as the “City in a Forest,” sporting over 100,000 shade trees throughout the town. If you love nature, this city is one of the most heavily forested urban areas in the country. It’s a diverse metropolis full of art, entertainment, and amazing food. A Brief History of Atlanta Atlanta started as the terminus of a large, state-sponsored railroad. In 1836, the Georgia General Assembly voted to build the Atlantic and Western Railroads. This was to provide ...more
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