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McBrier joins Josey Young & Brady

Josey, Young & Brady Realty has announced the addition of Aimee Williams McBrier to its list of professional agents. For the past nine years, McBrier has been actively selling real estate in Coweta County and surrounding areas. With residential real estate as her forte, McBrier has been a member of the Million Dollar Club (2004-2010), and in 2007 she was featured in Atlanta Magazine as 'One of Atlanta's Top Dependable Agents.'

'I'm excited to bring my energy and experience to an already prestigious and successful company,' McBrier said.

Since joining JYB in September, McBrier has already been involved in several transactions.

JYB Broker Keith Brady is looking forward to what McBrier will bring to the table. 'Focusing on Newnan and surrounding areas, Aimee not only uses her experience and expertise, but her unique and charming personality to make clients feel at home before even making a purchase,' Brady said.

McBr ier is a lifelong Newnan resident. Her family has lived in Coweta County for eight generations and she knows the county well. She is married with two children.

JYB is a Newnan-based real estate company established in 2005. The agency consists of over 20 licensed Realtors experienced in commercial, land, and residential real estate throughout the Southern Crescent.

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