I am originally from Indiana and currently reside in Marietta, Georgia where I have called home for the past 5 years. Before becoming a real estate agent, I worked in the Financial/Banking industry for over 20 years. This knowledge and experience has provided me with valuable skills to educate buyers and sellers in real estate financing/funding. I carry the values of hard work and outstanding...
My Client Reviews
Shannon was a huge pleasure to work with. Very professional, great service, efficient communication and made my experience selling my house a breeze. Shannon provided lots of help and support. Went way ver and beyond her way to assist. I highly recommend Shannon, she won't disappoint.
- Member FMLS Member GAMLS Member Cobb County Board of Realtors
My Credentials and Memberships
- - GAMLS- FMLS- Cobb County Board of Realtors- National Association of Realtors®
My Community Involvement
- March of Dimes National Multiple Sclerosis Society Hospitality Ministry Elizabeth Baptist Church-Atlanta
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