"A comfortable house is a great source of happiness. It ranks immediately after health and a good conscience." That quote by Sydney Smith was a favorite of mine long before I entered the real estate industry. It simply expressed the way I wanted to feel about my own home. My goal is to provide comfort and happiness on all levels of the transaction with which I'm involved. Real estate became a career after over 20 years in office administration. I love if for the satisfaction it bring to not only help people, but to allow a flexible schedule so I can pursue my family and volunteer interests.
As part of a national franchise, I can offer my sellers a unique reporting system that show them not only what websites potential buyers are searching on, but also whether they are local or out of town. We also feature our homes through additional advertising on a large variety of websites (electronic searches have become the preferred method for home buyers to search).
In this industry, education is important both for myself and for buyers. I've been involved in Home Buyer Work shops for 7 years to help first time buyers. I have an information packet that I provide to help folks understand the process of purchasing a home.
Every year, I try to show appreciation to my clients and customers. I hold a luncheon/movie for them. From time to time, I also send out items of interest on a wide range of subject that gives information on a wide variety of subject.
Real estate is a fascinating business. My fellow Realtors area a pleasure to know and work with. And everyone of my clients and customers are just the best.
I graduated from Crisp County High School in Cordele, GA. My college degrees were earned at Abraham Baldwin College and at the University of Georgia.
I entered the real estate profession as a second career, becoming licensed in 2001. Earlier, I had worked in the banking profession for over 20 years, with positions in loan origination, branch management, and internal auditing.
Working as a real estate agent has given me the great opportunity to enjoy a long-held passion of mine; that is, homes and the personal connections that come with the searches, sales, and purchases of them. I strive constantly to excel in both public relations and human resources as they relate to my work.
Professionally, I'm excited about my new responsibilities as President-elect of the Crisp Area Board of Realtors and grateful for both my status as the 2010 Top Producer for Smith, Branch, & Pope, L.L.C.'s Cordele/Lake Blackshear Office and new membership in the Million Dollar Club. Aware of the vibrancy of technology in the real estate profession, I have recently gained the National Association of Realtor's Technology certification, designated as E-Pro. I've found that membership in the Georgia Association of Realtors also provides opportunities for continuing education and professional networking. Reacting to the economically driven volatilities in the housing market, I have actively gained as much recent experience as possible in handling distressed and foreclosure assets
When not working with or for my clients, I have some community and civic involvements that are very rewarding to me. I'd like to mention my involvement in the following: Past President and current Board of Directors member of the Historic O'Neal Neighborhood Association; Board Member of the Gillespie-Seldin Rural Life Community Center; Chairman of the Gillespie-Seldin Rural Life Community Center Audit Committee; Board member of the Georgia Initiative for Community Housing; Founding Officer of Barnes & Thomas, Inc., an enterprise devoted to the preservation and restoration of historic homes in Cordele's O'Neal School Neighborhood; Volunteer for the SAM Shortline Railroad; frequent volunteer and constant promoter for community service organizations and events in Cordele; and Special Events Volunteer for the Georgia Historic Preservation Trust.
My hobbies are even real estate connected! I enjoy travelling around our country to historic homes, preservation sites, and historic home districts.
I live in the Lake Blackshear community but strive for a special focus on the in- town properties of Crisp, Dooly, Turner, Wilcox, and Sumter counties.
I would enjoy an opportunity to focus my passion for real estate on YOUR home purchase or sale needs.
Other Awards & Recognition:
Circle of Excellence
Top Producer Sales Associate for Century 21 Smith Branch & Pope Tifton Office from 2010-2014
Quality Service Award
Tiftarea Board of Realtors
Georgia Association of Realtors
National Association of Realtors
Member of First Baptist Church
Sertoma Club Member
Licensed in 2006, Jordan Pope is a proud life-long resident of Tift County with his wife Marcy Shiver Pope. He is a graduate of Tift County High School and studied Business at Abraham Baldwin College. Jordan has a natural passion for real estate and specializes in residential, land and commercial properties. He brings ambition and eagerness to Century 21 Smith Branch & Pope with his savvy technology awareness and exciting marketing techniques.
Understanding that buying and selling a home is often the most significant purchase of a lifetime, Jordan leverages his experience and extensive knowledge of the area to make each transaction as smooth as possible.
Prior to becoming a Realtor, Jeanie was Department Head at ABAC (the local college) of Family & Consumer Sciences for 24 years. While at the college she taught numerous courses in Housing & Interior Design. This background is a definite asset to sellers and buyers. She knows how to stage a home and she knows furniture placement and design.
Jeanie grew up in Tifton and attended ABAC. After graduating from Georgia Southern University and The University of Georgia, she returned to her home town to teach at the college and raise her 4 children - Jay Doss (Becky), Jeremy Doss (Jessica), Jonathan Doss (Kelli) and Julie Doss. She is the proud grandmother of Mary Campbell Doss, William Doss, Walker Doss and Aria Doss!
Jeanie is an active member of Lake Park United Methodist Church and attends Bible Study Fellowship in Valdosta. She and her husband, Larry Allen, are very supportive of Georgia Special Olympics and Easter Seals. Her daughter, Julie Doss, competes in Special Olympics gymnastics and swimming.
Jeanie pledges accountability, fairness, honesty and loyalty in the process of selling your home or buying your home. She knows the Tifton and Tift County market inside-out. She can help you find the best home for your family or help find a new family for your home. Give Jeanie a call today at 229-392-6999. She will listen to you and work tirelessly for you..and that's a promise!
As an Associate Broker with Century 21 Smith Branch & Pope LLC, Sandy feels her commitment to ongoing training and education enables her to offer true quality service to her clients. Sandy has been a Realtor since 2005 and has been very active with her local board serving as President and on several committees.
Sandy understands the challenges facing buyers and sellers in today's market and has an interest in hearing, understanding and meeting their real estate needs. Give Sandy a call today!