Ariel is a native Atlantan and has devoted her real estate career to the Atlanta community. She is a licensed REALTOR®, working in real estate since 2002. Ariel is a member of the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), Georgia Association of REALTORS (GAR), ARA (Atlanta Realtors Association), where she serves as Chairperson for the New Agent Training and Co-Chair for Training and Development committees. She also serves on the Grievance Committee.
Ariel's accomplishments include qualification in buyer and seller relocation, condo sales, distressed sales, Military relocation, and GREEN real estate. She has taught classes in real estate technology and is recognized as a leader in her field.
In addition to real estate, Ariel has a passion for gardening, home improvement, and animal rescue. She is especially keen on finding a good deal, and discovering new places around Atlanta for shopping, dining, or taking a stroll. Ariel is also an avid tennis player with both ALTA and USTA, and is a member of several different book clubs.
Ariel comes from a long line of real estate professionals on her mom's side of the family. Her great grandparents on her maternal grandfather's side owned an apartment building, and her Grandmother was a REALTOR and a broker for 40 years, even serving as President of the Board in Long Island. Both her Grandma and Grandpa worked in the office, along with her Great-Aunts. When her mom, Elida, was in high school and college, she worked in the real estate office and sales centers for developments they had.
When Ariel was in high school, she used to help Elida deliver flyers, and install signs and lockboxes. While an undergrad at Tulane, Ariel started creating marketing materials for Elida and helping her with computer applications. After graduating, Ariel felt it was time to get her real estate license.
It is more than just a family business (Ariel's Grandma was in town the day she passed her state exam and got her license, so of course Grandma came with her to pick it up!), Ariel has a passion for real estate and homeownership what it can do for an individual or a family. Ariel is happiest when she is helping find the right fit for someone.
Ariel lives in East Cobb with her rescue pup, "Bunny", and when she's not helping others, she enjoys reading, playing tennis and gardening.