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About Charnise Cooley

Charnise grew up in a real estate family. Her mother was an agent and as a young girl and spent many days with her while she was in the field working. Not knowing it at the time, but the seed was planted within in regarding her passion for real estate.

Her interest in real estate led to her investing in many different projects. Her biggest investment was the purchase of a 100-unit apartment building. As her interest and projects increased so did her passion for the field. She obtained her B.S. Computer Technology and worked as a web developer for many years. She later decided to pursue her passion full time and join the family business. Her technical background would serve as a greatest asset in this very demanding and competitive field of realtors. Her family background and previous real estate experience allowed her to become one of the top new agents in the office.

Her mission is to work with both buyers and sellers in the Atlanta Metro area serving particularly the south metro counties such as Fayette, Coweta, Henry, Fulton and Clayton.

When she's not showing real estate, she spends times volunteering at her church and along with her husband, raising their 3 beautiful girls in Fayetteville, GA. Charnise loves graphic/web design, sports, especially running and spending time with friends and family.

Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Bearing Value

    Nature and ability of soil and other materials to withstand weight of a structure. ...

  • Valid

    Information that is factual, such as representations made by a real estate broker to a prospective buyer. ...

  • Visual Right

    Occupant's right in a structure to see out of the window without being hindered. For example, if someone wants to construct an office building adjacent to a home that will significantly block the homeowner's view of the outside, his visual rights may be violated. ...

  • Residence

    location where someone stays on a permanent basis. An example is a home to a family. ...

  • Insurance Policy

    Written contract between an insured and an insurance company stating the obligations and responsibilities of each party. ...

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