Welcome Robin Ives to the North Atlanta Office

June 8, 2009
Robin Ives

Robin Ives, REALTOR®

Robin Ives joins Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty after a successful career in residential real estate with firms in Virginia and the Atlanta area. At her previous firms, she was recognized as the Rising Star in her office and awarded Agent of the Month on several occasions.

With the exception of a two year move to Virginia, Robin has lived in the North Fulton area of Atlanta for 20 years, and has knowledge and experience in the city, its communities and neighborhoods, enabling her to help her clients find the best home possible for their needs.

In addition to a successful career in real estate, Robin also worked for The Weather Channel and as an elementary school teacher in Fulton County.

Robin is involved in the community as a leader of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, is a participant in the Therapy Dog International Association as well as the Atlanta Junior Symphony Association and the Executives Club. Robin and her family, including her black labs, enjoy living in her North Fulton neighborhood, but loves to visit the children and family across the country.

Atlanta Association of REALTORS®
Georgia Association of REALTORS®
National Association of REALTORS®
Richmond Association of REALTORS®
Virginia Real Estate Board

Certifications: Certified Relocation Agent
Multiple Continuing Ed Courses
MLS Real Estate Training
Graduate Studies, Georgia State University
Bachelor of Arts, Purdue University


Mobile: (770)870-4009
Office: (770)442-7300
Email: robinives@atlantafinehomes.com

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