Ali Snyder

Realtor
678-831-2854

As a successful realtor for the past fifteen years, I have been helping people buy and sell properties in the Atlanta metro area. Though my focus has been on sales and listings in the north metro Atlanta suburbs, the area I have lived in for twenty-five years, I have been involved with real estate transactions in many areas of metro Atlanta. My experience includes working with first time home buyers, helping people relocating from other cities, listing properties for sale, and dealing with REO properties and short sales. In addition to residential real estate, I also have experience working with commercial transactions.

 

Having been born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela and then moving to the United States with my parents and siblings many years ago, I am fluent in both Spanish and English. I have been married for thirty-three years and during that time my family has lived in Washington, DC, Miami, Chicago and now Atlanta, so I am well aware of the stresses and worries my clients who are relocating may feel when buying real estate in a new area.

 

For my buyers, I have knowledge that comes with living in Atlanta for so many years and the advantage of being associated with KNOWAtlanta. I make sure all my clients have all the information they need about an area including demographics, schools and home values.

 

For my sellers, I make sure they have the necessary information to price their property properly. Then through KNOWAtlanta I can market and advertise their property not only locally but to potential buyers throughout the country.

 

I value my clients above all else and always work diligently and with the utmost integrity when handling real estate transactions. Communication and trust are key and I work hard to develop a relationship with my clients. I always make sure they are well informed and kept up to date on what is happening whether they are buying or selling.

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