Archive for the ‘Real Estate’ Category

Storage company hires executive for real estate jobs in Atlanta

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

To focus on repositioning and developing new and existing Storage Post locations into smooth-operating assets, Storage Post Self Storage has hired Bill Marsh for real estate jobs in Atlanta.

Storage Post said he will concentrate on improving store visibility and the Storage Post customer experience in order to enhance the company’s industry prominence.

Marsh has previously worked with commercial real estate companies, including Mequity, LLC, Miller-Valentine Group and Winter Properties, LLC, and has significant knowledge of property acquisition, development and investment. Beyond asset upgrades and aggressive marketing strategies, the company emphasizes an online presence with websites and advertising, and focuses graphics and messaging to develop Storage Post’s brand and consumer recognition.

According to his bio, Marsh lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and daughter and is currently an adjunct professor of business at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He holds a Georgia Real Estate Broker’s license and a Georgia Residential-Light Commercial Contractor’s license. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech and also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

“Bill is a respected and successful real estate professional and we’re excited to use his extraordinary insights to advance our asset branding and Storage Post’s reputation within the storage industry,” commented Jack Chaney, Storage Post chief operating officer. “Adding Bill to our team will assist us in achieving complete brand cohesion at all of our locations.”

Website discusses Atlanta real estate jobs, foreclosure

Monday, May 30th, 2011 is a new site that touches upon Atlanta real estate jobs and the difficult aspect of the market: foreclosure. today announced six moves that stall home foreclosure indefinitely. Citing in a perfect world banks would never knowingly foreclose on homeowners with missing paperwork documentation and fabricated mortgage assignment transfers.

However, according to a recently released report on the Go Fight Foreclosure Blog banks are routinely foreclosing on homeowners with missing paperwork documentation. Additionally, the report accuses banks of hiring foreclosure mills and fabricating mortgage assignment transfers in support to wrongfully commit mortgage fraud to foreclose on homeowners using Robo signers.

Marketing Directors Adding Realtor Jobs in Atlanta

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

The Marketing Directors have announced that in addition to other jobs, they have added realtor jobs in Atlanta.

The Marketing Directors has achieved unbridled success in one of the most challenging real estate markets in history. That success has led to the hiring of 35 new employees since spring of this year. The company continues to show exceptional growth. Based on sales across Atlanta in the 2nd Quarter alone, The Marketing Directors has a 58% market share of sales in new condominiums. The company also represents seven of the top 10 top-selling condominium communities in Atlanta. Since its inception in January 2007, The Marketing Directors has closed $400 million in sales and has signed real estate listings worth a total of $2.85 billion. (more…)

Atlanta Real Estate Jobs Cut with CB Richard Ells Inc.

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

A small number of Atlanta real estate jobs will soon be cut.

CB Richard Ells Inc. recently announced its plan to cut five to 10 positions from the company’s Atlanta office. The Atlanta job cuts will include some commercial real estate brokers, according to an article by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

“CB Richard Ellis regularly reviews its operations to ensure that our costs are aligned with the business environment,” John Ferguson, managing director of the Atlanta office, said in the article. “In light of the continued market weakness, we have been focused for the past year on cost containment in all aspects of our business.