AINSWORTH NAMED RELOCATION DIRECTOR
FOR COLDWELL BANKER BULLARD REALTY
Teri Ainsworth, whose career resume includes extensive real estate management and sales experience, has been named director of the Relocation Department for Coldwell Banker Bullard Realty, the oldest and largest real estate company headquartered in the Metro South area of Atlanta.
“We’re excited to have Teri join the Bullard organization,” said Steve Bullard, owner and president of the 55-year-old company. “Her years of experience and success in real estate sales and management in our market, her active involvement in the local and state Realtor associations, and her volunteer work in our community make her a valuable addition to our organization.”
Ainsworth said that “Coldwell Banker Bullard has always been a driving force in the real estate market in the Metro South area of Atlanta. I have had the pleasure of knowing Steve Bullard and many Coldwell Banker Bullard agents for years and have always respected their professionalism and ethics.
“As the real estate market struggles to rebound, I am excited to join a company that has not only adapted to the new market but is continuing to grow during these challenging times,” she added.
Ainsworth, who has been licensed in real estate since 1993, previously served as a managing broker for Prudential Georgia Realty for six years, and her responsibility there included making relocation agent assignments. She was also managing broker for Re/Max Advantage for two years.
Holder of the ABR (Accredited Buyer’s Representative) and ABRM (Accredited Buyer Representative Manager) designations, she has considerable training background, including being a Certified Buffini Agent Mentor and Trainer.
Ainsworth has memberships in the national, state and local Realtor organizations, and in the Metro South Association of Realtors, she has served as vice president of membership, chairperson of the Professional Standards Committee, and as a local and state director. Her honors include the Million Dollar Club as an agent, the MSAR Broker of the Year award, and the Prudential Business Development Award.
A Stockbridge resident, she is an active community volunteer, currently serving as director and volunteer for Sunshine League, a baseball league for special needs children. A 60-mile walker for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure to raise money for breast cancer research, she has completed walks in Atlanta, Minneapolis and Denver, and she will be walking 60 miles in San Diego this year. She is a past director and volunteer for the Food Pantry, and has been a girls’ softball coach.
A principal broker for Cartus Corporation, the premier provider of global relocation management, Coldwell Banker Bullard (http://cbbullard.com) has its headquarters in Jonesboro. The organization now has offices in McDonough, Jackson, Peachtree City, Newnan, and Barnesville, and a separate but affiliated company, Coldwell Banker American Land Mart in Conyers and McDonough. The Bullard organization also has an affiliation with a group of agents who were previously with Century 21 Adams-Walker and who primarily serve the Pike, Upson, Lamar and Spalding County area.
The Coldwell Banker Bullard organization, founded in 1956 by the late Cliff Bullard, worked out a franchise agreement with Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation in early 1998 and is the largest Coldwell Banker franchise in Georgia