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August 03, 2014 | Engel & Volkers | Comments 0

Engel & Völkers Hires Ray Hutto as New Real Estate Consultant

Ray Hutto Engel & Völkers Buckhead Atlanta announces the hiring of a new real estate consultant. Ray Hutto has three-and-a-half years of real estate experience and over 35 years in customer service and management rolls. His responsibilities as real estate consultant include assisting clients in all aspects of buying and selling real estate in the Atlanta area.

“Ray’s many years in Corporate America have given him exceptional client service skills, and those skills have translated very well into the real estate industry,” said Shirley Gary, owner of Engel & Völkers Buckhead Atlanta. “It was clear from the first interview that he is highly motivated and very well-equipped to help clients navigate the sometimes turbulent waters of the Atlanta housing market, making Ray a welcomed addition to the Buckhead shop.”

Prior to his real estate career, Hutto worked for ADP, Metavante and Bank of America.

It was Engel & Völkers international reputation for quality client relationships that led him to the brokerage. “E&V is a great international luxury agency that puts client service excellence first,” Hutto explained. “It’s that client-first attitude that will prove to be one of the main driving forces in helping the company further expand in Atlanta over the next several years.”

Hutto also said that he is pleased to be at an office that is just starting up. “The Buckhead office’s newness is exciting because it allows me to dive right into the Atlanta market with very little company precedent in the area.”

A member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors and a member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club since 2013, Hutto grew up in the San Francisco bay area and has lived in Atlanta for 22 years with his partner. His hobbies include dancing, wine tasting, boating and cooking.

For more information about Engel & Völkers Buckhead Atlanta, visit www.buckheadatlanta.evusa.com.

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