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Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers welcomes 33 new associates

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers is pleased to announce that 33 new sales associates have recently joined the company, 3 of which will work out of the Peachtree City Office.

Martin Wise, Lisa Cockerham, and Sarah Johnson will work out of BHGRE Metro Brokers’ Peachtree City Office located at 1218 North Peachtree Parkway in Peachtree City.    

The new sales associates chose Metro Brokers for the convenience they can offer their customers by working with a one-stop real estate company. They will be able to provide customers with the best possible tools to help achieve home buying and selling goals.

Founded in 1979 with just one office and a handful of sales associates, Metro Brokers is the largest Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate franchise in the world offering a wide range of real estate services including residential and commercial sales; business brokerage; corporate relocation; new home sales and marketing; pre- and post-license training; and insurance, mortgage and title/closing services.

To contact BHGRE Metro Brokers, call 404-843-2500 or visit metrobrokers.com.

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