I graduated from Crisp County High School in Cordele, GA. My college degrees were earned at Abraham Baldwin College and at the University of Georgia.
I entered the real estate profession as a second career, becoming licensed in 2001. Earlier, I had worked in the banking profession for over 20 years, with positions in loan origination, branch management, and internal auditing.
Working as a real estate agent has given me the great opportunity to enjoy a long-held passion of mine; that is, homes and the personal connections that come with the searches, sales, and purchases of them. I strive constantly to excel in both public relations and human resources as they relate to my work.
Professionally, I’m excited about my new responsibilities as President-elect of the Crisp Area Board of Realtors and grateful for both my status as the 2010 Top Producer for Smith, Branch, & Pope, L.L.C.’s Cordele/Lake Blackshear Office and new membership in the Million Dollar Club. Aware of the vibrancy of technology in the real estate profession, I have recently gained the National Association of Realtor’s Technology certification, designated as E-Pro. I’ve found that membership in the Georgia Association of Realtors also provides opportunities for continuing education and professional networking. Reacting to the economically driven volatilities in the housing market, I have actively gained as much recent experience as possible in handling distressed and foreclosure assets.
When not working with or for my clients, I have some community and civic involvements that are very rewarding to me. I’d like to mention my involvement in the following: Past President and current Board of Directors member of the Historic O’Neal Neighborhood Association; Board Member of the Gillespie-Seldin Rural Life Community Center; Chairman of the Gillespie-Seldin Rural Life Community Center Audit Committee; Board member of the Georgia Initiative for Community Housing; Founding Officer of Barnes & Thomas, Inc., an enterprise devoted to the preservation and restoration of historic homes in Cordele’s O’Neal School Neighborhood; Volunteer for the SAM Shortline Railroad; frequent volunteer and constant promoter for community service organizations and events in Cordele; and Special Events Volunteer for the Georgia Historic Preservation Trust.
My hobbies are even real estate connected! I enjoy travelling around our country to historic homes, preservation sites, and historic home districts.
I live in the Lake Blackshear community but strive for a special focus on the in- town properties of Crisp, Dooly, Turner, Wilcox, and Sumter counties.
I would enjoy an opportunity to focus my passion for real estate on YOUR home purchase or sale needs.
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"I can't say enough great things about Camille. She went above & beyond to ease my reservations in the buying of my first home. She explained so many things to me that I did not understand. And I honestly felt confident that she had my best interest at heart. My mom was with me when we met to see the house, and she assured my mom that she would treat me like I was her own. She was the best. I could not have asked for more.
Camille is down to earth. A people person. And that's who I relate to. I didn't feel like I was a number. I felt important. I dealt with one other agent, prior to working with Camille .. and I did not feel important to this other agent. Camille is comforting.
I was nervous buying my first house. Had I known how smoothly everything would've gone, I probably would've bought my first house years ago."
Marlene was wonderful, she was patient, understanding, friendly and willing to answer all our questions. We loved working with Marlene. Caroline Sanders, Cordele
The sign we got Marlene's phone number from was in the right place at the right time. But the arbitrariness of the method of obtaining her contact information resulted in connection with a highly persistent knowledgeable resource.Hugh Pritchett, Palm Bay Fl