Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS)
Equestrian Property Specialist
Melinda McBrayer earns Designation in Global Real Estate Network
Melinda McBrayer of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services has earned the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation, placing her among 3,400 elite real estate professionals in over 45 countries. The designation was awarded to her by the National Association of REALTORS® for completing rigorous coursework devoted to learning international real estate practices and demonstrating proficiency in international business.
The CIPS designation is synonymous with advanced expertise, a global perspective, and distinct understanding of a global buyer. As a designee, McBrayer has the knowledge and resources to efficiently work with international buyers, including U.S. residents looking to invest overseas, foreign buyers purchasing in the United States, as well as recent immigrants who might be unfamiliar with real estate transaction practices in the United States.
"I love sharing my knowledge, experience and passion for the equestrian lifestyle with others. There is no greater feeling than helping to turn an equestrian dream into a reality!"
With 20 years of experience in technology, project and account management, and quality assurance, Melinda brings to the team an innate talent for effective contract negotiation and a true understanding as to the importance of exceptional customer service. An avid equestrian and owner of two horses, she has a deep passion for working with buyers and sellers of local equestrian and horse farm properties and a strong knowledge of design and architecture in equestrian estates.
Melinda lives in Milton,GA and has strong knowledge of horse farms, equestrian properties and raw land available for the development of your perfect equestrian lifestyle home. She is a member of the Milton Business Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to building a thriving and collaborative business community in Milton, GA.
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