The purchase or sale of a home is among the most important decisions that one has to make. When choosing a real estate agent to assist you in this process, you need a full-time, experienced Realtor who offers superior customer service, is knowledgeable of the area and community, knows the housing market, and brings strong negotiation skills to her client’s side of the transaction. Kim Ballew has all of the qualities and has been a Realtor for 10+ years.
Born and raised in Georgia, she has helped many buyers and sellers in Roswell, Alpharetta, Milton, Cumming, Suwanee, Gainesville, and the surrounding North Georgia area to achieve their real estate goals. Due to a combination of hard work and sincere dedication to helping her clients maximize value in their real estate investments, Kim has achieved the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties Honor Society – Top 11% of the Network Award, 2013 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties Shining Star Award, and the Atlanta Board of REALTORS Multi-Million Dollar Club, for qualifying levels of sales in 2013.
Kim’s education and past work experience provide her with a wealth of knowledge and insights to share with her clients. Kim earned her Business degree in Marketing from the University of Georgia, then went onto work in finance, customer service, and management at Ford Motor Credit for 6 years. Kim has built her business solely on referrals, so she would be privileged for you to share her information with your friends, family, and coworkers who may need real estate assistance.
Specializing in Residential Real Estate:
•Detailed analysis of the Real Estate Market and Local Area Pricing
•Preparation of Marketing Materials for Real Estate Listings
•Writing of Real Estate Contracts
•Negotiations of Real Estate Contracts
•Client and Vendor Follow-up from Pre-contract to Closing
Real Estate License and Board Affiliations:
•Georgia Salesperson License obtained in April 2000
•Member of the Atlanta Board of REALTORS
•Member of the National Association of REALTORS