With the real estate market on the rebound, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty has decided its time to open a new office.
According to company president David Boehmig, a new Midtown office will open this summer to serve homebuyers and sellers in Midtown, Ansley Park, Morningside and other Intown locations.
“We believe having a physical presence there is important to us and our clients,” Boehmig said. “Having a physical office will directly serve the needs of our clients.”
Atlanta Fine Homes already has offices in Alpharetta and in Buckhead’s Piazza on Paces complex, which it expanded in 2010 after a 29 percent increase in business at the height of the global recession.
Last year, the company saw an unprecedented 64 percent in total sales volume, further evidence that the multi-million dollar home sales were steady despite the economy.
Boehmig is optimistic about the future. “If we didn’t see a light at the end of the tunnel, we would not be moving on this capital expansion.”
He added: “We are optimistic, not just from a company standpoint, but from industry standpoint as well. Sales are definitely improving.”
Boehmig said negations on the space were still underway at press time, but said the company would be looking for new agents to join its team soon.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty was co-founded by CEO Jenny Pruitt and Boehmig in 2007 and offers home sellers unprecedented access to buyers around the world, through the Sotheby’s International Realty network of more than 500 offices in 41 countries with 10,000 agents
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