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March 25, 2013 | Traton Homes | Comments 0

Traton New Homes Representative Recognized for Outstanding 2012

Traton HomesSteve Lee is the latest Traton Homes New Home Representative to be recognized for his success in 2012. Last Thursday, April 21, 2013, Lee was recognized for his outstanding sales success by the Cobb Association of REALTORS® at the Multi Million Dollar Club Gala held at The Marietta Conference Center. In 2012, Lee had $9.7 million in sales, ranking him 6th among the Top 10 agents.

“Steve had a great 2012 and we are thrilled that he was recognized by the Cobb Association of REALTORS® for his accomplishments,” said Josh Hilscher, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Traton Homes. “Steve is an integral part of our sales team and we congratulate him on a successful 2012.”

Lee was one of only two new home agents to make the Top 10. He is currently the New Homes Representative at The Preserve at Lost Mill Trace.

Located in East Cobb County, The Preserve at Lost Mill Trace is an upscale enclave community of luxury single-family homes priced from the high $600,000s. Buyers have a variety of options to choose from with both master-up and master-on-the-main home designs available. Beautiful interiors boast popular features and finishes that include gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, spacious family rooms with fireplaces and coffered ceilings, hardwood floors, deluxe trims and luxurious owner’s suites.

Residents of The Preserve at Lost Mill Trace enjoy the beautiful Georgia weather with over 10 acres of open space that includes walking trails and a soccer field.

For more information on The Preserve at Lost Mill Trace, call Lee at 678-858-1984 or 770-321-7884 or visit www.TratonHomes.com.

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