Growing up outside St. Louis, Madalyn heard the rumblings of real estate deals being made. So it was no surprise to her family when she joined the "family business" and wound up helping open the first Atlanta Keller Williams Realty Office.
"Mad," as she sometimes signs her emails, is known to her friends as being as honest as they come. But they ask her opinion anyway. Maybe that's one of the reasons she's so liked by her clients.
When she's not working with her clients, she stays busy with her four kids, Lindsey, Hunter, twins Abbey and Mallory, and husband Jeff, who happens to complement her real estate business with his Hallmark Funding Mortgage Company. Her family is very active at Buckhead Church and supports several charities and local school and sports clubs. It's cool to know she is a wicked tennis player, enjoys Pilates, watches her kids play sports, and has a generous spirit.
Madalyn doesn't like shopping, but she does like the thrill of a bargain. And she goes out of her way to find them for her clients. Perhaps that's why they keep coming back. The biggest question she gets asked is how does she do it all? She loves her family and real estate!
You'd have to listen really close to Nina talk to realize she's from Aiken, South Carolina. Hardly a Southern drawl at all.
Always active and on her way to do something, her husband, Jay, often refers to her as a tornado. You might spot them at a restaurant for a nice dinner out, or perhaps pass Nina pushing Isaac and Emery in a double jogger stroller running a 5K race! And if you see her running the neighborhood, her Maltese Max will be stowed below the kids in the stroller, while running the 70 lb Golden Doodle Oli beside them!
Behind the beautiful smile is a tough negotiator. Perhaps that's why her clients want her to be on their side. She also keeps her clients in check when their love of a home gets in the way of making a sound real estate decision.
Family means everything to Nina. It's the loyalty, honesty compassion and caring. Those same sentiments that bind her family together tie her to her clients. In fact, more than one client says she treats them like family.