Tammi Lamb was recognized recently as the 2010 Top Producing Agent for Coldwell Banker Bullard Realty’s McDonough/Henry County office. Brian O’Neal was the office’s No. 2 individual producer for the year, while Duane Lockwood was No. 3.
The recognition came at the Coldwell Banker Bullard Realty organization’s annual awards event. Lamb was also announced as the No. 1 individual producer companywide for 2010, and O’Neal was No. 2.
Five agents from Bullard’s McDonough office also received recognition at the Metro South Association of Realtors’ annual awards event for their performances in 2010, said Jerry Nesbitt, the broker for the office. Lamb, who had $4 million in sales during the year, O’Neal, who had $2 million in sales, and Kim Adair, Robin Harrell and Bobbie Roper, each with $1 million, were named to the association’s Circle of Excellence.
Other million dollar producers from the office during the year included Lockwood with $2 million and Debra Morgan and Phil Wagner, each with $1 million. One sales team from the office, The Penny Henderson Team, also had $1 million in sales during 2010.
The oldest and largest real estate company headquartered in the Metro South area of Atlanta, Coldwell Banker Bullard (http://cbbullard.com) has its headquarters in Jonesboro. The organization now has offices in McDonough, Jackson, Peachtree City, Newnan and Zebulon, and a separate but affiliated company, Coldwell Banker American Land Mart in Conyers. The Coldwell Banker Bullard organization was founded in 1956 by the late Cliff Bullard. The current owner and president is Steve Bullard.