GA Licensed Real Estate Agent

GA Licensed Real Estate Agent

Best of 2022
1 employee
4 years in business

About this pro


My name is Nicole Miller. I am a real estate agent and employed by Liberty Community Management. Liberty has been in the real estate and association management business since 2001. 

Liberty Community Management is a full-service management company providing professionalism and integrity to the homeowners and communities we serve. Liberty Community Management was started over a decade ago and is based in Loganville Georgia and is one of the only Metro Atlanta HOA management companies that utilized technology to allow the board members and the community member’s access to real and usable information with comprehensive reporting for the communities we manage. We embraced technology in order to keep our communities and its homeowners educated and informed. Even today we are the only management company that provides full disclosure management for its members and the boards. We protect the rights of the individual regarding enforcement and collections, but as far as where the money is and where it is being spent, no other management company provides the wealth and volume of information we provide. We believe that through communication, education, and information our board members and our homeowners will have a better understanding of the association and also be an owner that appreciates and contributes to the good of the community.

In addition to association management, Liberty Community Management has real estate agents such as myself as well. 

My Specialties Include;  

1. Selling Homes

2. Helping Clients Find & Purchase Homes

3. Managing Properties (for lease) 

4. Helping Clients Find Homes to Rent

Some of the services I provide as a seller's agent include; 

* Taking photos of the property 

* Drone photos & videos

* Posting your home for sale on multiple listing services (GAMLS & FMLS) as well as well-known real estate websites such as Zillow & Trulia. 

* Virtual & In-Person Tours

* Virtual Home Layout and more! 

If you are looking for a highly motivated real estate agent to get the job done, please inquire today! 

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Loganville, GA 30052
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

The 1st step is to find out what my client's needs are. 

For example, are they wanting to sell, buy, or lease a home? 

I would then explain what our specific services are and how we would be able to cater to the client's needs. 

The next step depends on their answer to the 1st questions. If they are wanting to buy or rent a home, then the next step would be to find out what the client is looking for specifically. For example, do they prefer single-family homes or townhomes? Do they want to live in an HOA or on a large plat of land? Once I have obtained this information, I would begin looking for properties that match their specifications. 

If the client is wanting to sell or lease their home, the next step would be to find out what they would like their terms to be. How much of a net gain would they like from the sale of their home or how much they would like the monthly rent to be. I would provide the client with a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) to help the homeowner make this decision. 

If the homeowner decides to hire me, I would then provide them with either an exclusive listing agreement (for sellers) or a property management agreement (for landlords). The documents can be signed either in person or via an online signing program such as DocuSign. 

Once the documents have been signed, I would schedule a date the homeowner would like me to visit the property to take photos/video & place a lockbox on the front door. From there, I would list the property on 2 multiple listing services (GAMLS & FMLS) as well as various well-known real estate sites such as Zillow & Trulia and social media platforms. 

I would conduct showings of the property as agreed upon prior to the signing of the documents. 

Once an offer is received (for sellers), the offer would be presented to the homeowner. The homeowner then can choose to either accept the offer or reject the offer and submit a counter offer if they choose to do so. 

Once the homeowner has accepted an offer, I will schedule the closing date on a day both the seller and buyer agree upon. I will also be present at the closing.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am a certified Real Estate Agent. 

My License Number is 386178

I am employed by Liberty Community Management

Business Brokerage #H-62275

Broker: Wendy Sanders - #239354

How did you get started in this business?

My mother used to be the manager of an association in Vernon, New Jersey. Growing up, I would visit the association every day during the summer and when I was sick. 

In 2010, I obtained a job with Liberty Community Management. Since then, I have become a licensed real estate agent and still work for the company to this day. 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Always find out what they include in their services. 

Some agents will charge extra or are incapable of some of the services I mentioned in an earlier answer (drone photos & videos, virtual tours, virtual home layout, etc). 

Try to get an understanding of how much attention they will give to your property. Some agents who work for large real estate companies have 5+ clients at a single time. If your agent is too busy to provide your property with the attention it needs, you might have a harder time selling your property. 

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

1. Based on your income and assets, what kind of home can you afford?

2. What features can you and can you not live without in your new home? 

3. How much have you saved for a downpayment? 

4. See if getting pre-qualified is a good option for you. 

5. How soon are you looking to buy/sell your home?

6. Decide Whether Or Not To Offer A Home Warranty

7. Decide if having your home staged is a viable option for you. 

8. Evaluate Whether Open Houses Are Worth It Or Not