Wednesday, November 14, 2001

New faces in new places

Realtor Ami St. George has joined the real estate sales team at Prudential Georgia Realty's Peachtree City office at 1971 Ga. Highway 54 West in Fayetteville.

She brings a broad background to her position at Prudential, including an associate's degree in science from Regents University/College and training/management responsibilities with Skywest Airlines. She specializes in residential real estate in the Fayette County and south metro region. Professionally, she is a member of the Fayette County Board of Realtors, the Georgia Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors.

When not in the office or showing properties, she lives in the Newnan area. To reach her for more information on the local real estate market, please call her at 770-487-8300 or visit her Web site at to conduct a complete property search of metro Atlanta.

Kathy Murphy has been promoted to managing broker for Tri-City Realty in Fayetteville. She has been serving as temporary broker since Robert J. Disharoon, president and broker of Tri-City Realty since 1964, died in January of this year.

Murphy, Disharoon's daughter, has been working for the company since 1983. She currently serves as president of the Fayette County Board of Realtors, chairman of the Site Selection Committee and 2002 chairman for Governmental Affairs Committee for the Georgia Association of Realtors. She is also on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Realtors.

Having already helped hundreds of clients in the area over the past 18 years, she plans to expand the office and train new agents in the latest real estate techniques to help buyers and sellers realize the American dream of home ownership.

Murphy lives in Fayetteville with her husband, David, and 12-year-old son, Charlie.

Nikki Simonton has joined the staff of Assist 2 Sell Buyer and Seller Realty Center as listings and client care manager. She will be 100 percent focused on servicing the home seller while his or her property is on the market.

The new partnership will result in Assist 2 Sell's properties being sold more effectively and professionally and also for the market value.

"Nikki's background and experience as a home builder makes her a valuable asset to our team," said broker Gary Marshall.

Simonton recently graduated from the MLS Real Estate Training Institute and is preparing to take her state exam to obtain her Georgia real estate license. She lives with her family in Sharpsburg and is the mother of one child, Hunter.

Maurice H. Harbin has joined Pacesetter Realty as an associate broker.

He has successfully owned and operated Harbin Realty & Mortgage, Inc., for the 45 years, and is the owner of Harbin Homes, Inc., having built several hundred home and developed a number of subdivisions in Fayette and south Fulton during his extensive career in the real estate business.

Pacesetter is celebrating 20 years in the real estate industry. The company began in 1981 specializing in the building and sales of new homes, resale homes and development of new residential subdivisions. The firm is also active in lot, land and commercial sales.

Michelle Munda is a new agent with the Griffin/Spalding County office of Coldwell Banker Bullard Realty.

A resident of Griffin, she received her training through MLS Sales Associate Training and has 12 years of banking and investment experience.

Her outside interests include golf, travel, antiquing and cooking.

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