Mary Towler

Real Estate Consultant

It's Team Towler Time!!

About Mary Towler

How am I different from other real estate agents? 16 years ago, I got my real estate license. The market was going gang busters with no “bubble burst” in sight. Then it happened……..In 2008, when agents were struggling and getting out of the business, I managed to become the number one real estate agent in an office of over 250 agents. Though the next several years proved to be difficult for some, I saw it as an opportunity. I have always said the strong will survive. I am proud to say I am one of the survivors. Not only have I survived but my business has thrived. I have sold more than $120,000,000 in real estate during my 16 year career which consisted of the toughest real estate market of our lifetime. I am a top performing individual agent in a brokerage consisting of more than 2200 agents. The Cobb County and Cherokee County Board of Realtors has awarded me the Lifetime Top Achiever and Phoenix Awards due to my production in 2008 - 2022.  I am thankful for all the wonderful people who have allowed me to work with them. I have been blessed beyond belief and have worked very hard to achieve this level of success. Let's work together!!!!

Latest Blog Posts

Housing Market 5-Year Forecast Brings Surprises

Over the next 5 years, experts predict we will see many shifts in the real estate market still stemming from the pandemic, higher interest rates, low inventory levels, etc.  Many of

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Your January Home Checklist

Take advantage of a new year full of new beginnings by sprucing up your home! It’s time to give your space a little midwinter TLC with over a dozen to-dos provided in the link below. :

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Say Goodbye to Outdated Home Trends

Some home designs seem to be timeless where others simply need to stay in the past. It’s important to update your home with current styles to enhance future showing beauty in case you decide

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New Home Sales Continue to Rise

Single family home sales rose for the second month in November. Traditionally, sales decrease at the beginning of the holiday season so this is an encouraging statistic!Check out this week’s

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