Attention Atlanta real estate agents, this is a can’t miss event! Traton Homes is hosting a free continuing education event at The Reserve at Old Atlanta on Wednesday, February 20 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The topic of this CE course is “21st Century Selling” and the class is sponsored by McMichael & Gray, PC and Brand Mortgage, a Traton Homes approved lender. You will earn 3 hours of CE credit for attending while also enjoying a delicious lunch and a chance to win a $50 American Express gift card!
The Reserve at Old Atlanta model home is located at 5825 Read Road in Suwanee. Space is limited to the first 25 agents who RSVP, so make sure to move fast on this opportunity. A $10 deposit is required to hold your space in the class, but it will be refunded when the class is over. Reserve your spot today by clicking here. Attendees are encouraged to arrive 15 minutes early to check in.
While you’re on-hand for the CE course, be sure to stick around to learn more about Traton’s new homes in Suwanee! With only nine homes remaining at The Reserve at Old Atlanta, Traton Homes is offering special pricing on these final opportunities.
The Reserve at Old Atlanta is a gated community located in sought-after south Forsyth County. Architecturally distinctive homes feature gourmet kitchens, generous living areas and luxurious master suites with prices from $554,900.
Community amenities are robust with 36 acres of greenspace, lighted tennis courts, a Jr. Olympic pool and clubhouse. You’ll even find a playground, sidewalks throughout and walking trails that your buyers will love.
The Reserve at Old Atlanta is close to major thoroughfares, business districts, shopping, dining and recreation. Perhaps one of the top selling features for this community’s location is in the incredible school district it’s located in, with students attending Johns Creek Elementary, Riverwatch Middle and Lambert High schools.
Can’t make it to the CE course but interested in learning more about The Reserve at Old Atlanta? Visit the model home, open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or contact the community agents – Jeanette Moore or Ted Turner at 678-391-9486. You can also learn more on the Traton Homes website.