Top-rated lgbtq agents in atlanta

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Brian

Brian - Gay Realtor

I have been a Licensed Realtor® since 2001. I have sold well over 500 homes in my career and continue to be a strong salesman even in this trying economy. My primary objective is to provide the very best in customer service to each and every client ...read more
James

James - Gay Realtor

Uncommon Expertise Unmatched Service. Whether you are a buyer or seller I provide in depth market analysis, precision in negotiating, timely communication that provides all parties in the transaction the necessary information to prevent expectations ...read more
David

David - Gay Realtor

David has lived in metro Atlanta since 1977. He bought his first home at age 18 and immediately knew that he loved everything about real estate. He obtained his real estate license at age 21 and worked as a sales associate for 20 years. He earned various ...read more
Walt

Walt - Gay Realtor

My name is Walt I'm a REALTOR® 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
Jason

Jason - Gay Realtor

Successfully selling real estate in Metro Atlanta since 1998! When you choose Jason to sell your home or help you purchase a new home, you'll experience a whole new level of service. A consummate professional, Jason leads the field in advanced real ...read more
Tim

Tim - Gay Realtor

Tim is in the top 5% production Realtor with the Atlanta Board of Realtors and a national speaker who has been actively selling real estate since graduating from Georgia Institute of Technology 14 years ago. He is currently the managing broker for a boutique ...read more
Edward

Edward - Gay Realtor

My husband and I have created a Premier Real Estate Group in the Metro Atlanta Area. We have experience in both buying and selling homes. Our goal is to anticipate your needs and handle any challenges that arise during the real estate process. We ...read more
Tiffanie

Tiffanie - Lesbian Realtor

Tiffanie (aka Tiff) is an Atlanta transplant by way of Mobile, Alabama where she obtained her Master’s of Arts in Sociology. As a Cabbagetown resident, she specializes in the Cabbagetown/Reynoldstown neighborhoods; however, she loves helping buyers, ...read more
Lisa

Lisa - Lesbian Realtor

What sets me apart from other Realtors®? I would say it's my unique & diverse background which is all centered around real estate...that includes Financial Planning, Mortgage Brokering, Construction & Real Estate Investing. I am the only Certified ...read more
Kevin

Kevin - Gay Realtor

Kevin and his team are a full-service, community-based real estate team setting the bar across the Atlanta Metro area in the real estate scene. Backed by integrity, professionalism and their unshakable dedication to putting their clients needs first, ...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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