Scott Tufford Named The Top Individual Agent of 2014 at RE/MAX Greater...

Scott Tufford Named The Top Individual Agent of 2014 at RE/MAX Greater Atlanta

Marietta, GA – April 24, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Scott Tufford has been honored as the No. 1 Individual Realtor for RE/MAX Greater Atlanta located on Roswell Road in East Cobb.

A real estate professional with nearly 20 years’ experience, Tufford also grew up around the business in Little Rock, Ark., where his father was a home builder. He credits part of his success to his extremely high referral rate for new clients and going out of his way to educate clients about their real estate transaction. In addition, Tufford keeps a close eye on the metro Atlanta real estate market.

“Many Atlanta homeowners are not realizing how much the market and home prices have improved or that there is a shortage of homes for sale,” explains Scott Tufford. “This means those who have put off moving or are ready to downsize may need to consider that option now. It’s why part of my services include a free market analysis so homeowners can get a true and accurate picture of their home’s value.”

Tufford’s 2014 sales, for example, were up about 20 percent over the prior year. His first quarter of this year has also been very busy, with his sales numbers better year-over-year from the first quarter of 2014.

To contact Scott Tufford, call 678-784-4477 or visit http://www.homebuyatlanta.com/.

RE/MAX Greater Atlanta, a staple in Atlanta real estate for more than 25 years, is co-owned by Ben Christopher and Denny Jones. Centrally located minutes north of Atlanta in Marietta at 2050 Roswell Road, this office is one of the most productive RE/MAX offices in the metro area. RE/MAX, LLC is also the most recognizable brand in residential real estate, and leads the industry in brand awareness.

Contact:
Ben Christopher, 770-973-9700
TC McClenning, 404-819-0643
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