Betty Lohman, Realtor

Cell Phone
Torrey Mountain
Properties, Inc.
(678) 452-2100

About Betty

Betty enjoys working with people. As your Selling Agent and the main listing agent at Torrey Mountain Properties, she can give you suggestions on how to make your home more appealing to buyers. She will ensure your property is marketed through FMLS, in addition to other cooperative marketing services, open houses for agents, and her vast network of contacts. As your Buyers Agent and a native Georgian, Betty can help guide you to the area that will best suit your needs. She can provide you with names of loan officers, inspectors, etc. to facilitate the buying process and ease your transition into a new area.

Betty is a member of the Pickens County Board of Realtors, National Association of Realtors, Pickens County Chamber of Commerce, and the Professional Women of Pickens County.

Betty is active in her church, previously serving as a Deacon and Sunday School Teacher. She currently sings with the church choir and continues to participate in community service projects. Prior to becoming a RealtorĀ®, Betty was an interior decorator specializing in custom window treatments. Betty holds an Associateā€™s Degree in Education and a BS degree in Home Economics.

Give Betty a call and let her help to sell your home or find the home of your dreams.


About Bent Tree

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    Bent Tree Information

    Bent Tree Community is only 60 miles north of Atlanta if you have family or friends you would like to visit there. Atlanta is close enough to visit the opera or other special programs there.

    There are 55 miles of paved roads in Bent Tree. We have indoor and outdoor tennis, two swimming pools, riding stables, hiking and nature trails, an eighteen hole golf course, two restaurants and the previously mentioned 110 acre lake for fishing, swimming and boating with electric motors. There are many other activities available to all property owners.

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