Margie Thorpe is a native of Atlanta and growing up in historic West End, she has seen the changes that are possible in this great city. Beginning her career in hospitality, she believes that listening skills are paramount in helping a client find what they truly need. This shows in the list of happy customers she has represented. Currently focused on strengthening the in town communities by representing owner occupants, as well as bringing investors to these areas for revitalization of Atlanta's older neighborhoods.
Margie is also a lifelong activist and volunteer with her earliest efforts as a child being the "Save the Fox" campaign that successfully kept our beautiful Fox Theater alive. Currently she is a member of the Atlanta Preservation Society and supporting a campaign to save and preserve the historic City Hall and civic buildings of East Point. Believing in the possibilities of beautiful old architecture in our modern world is at her core. It doesn't stop there, though. Margie is also an active volunteer foster parent for Fulton and Dekalb Counties. This work is another example of her ability to step up to the task, whatever it might be. As an agent, you will find she does what it takes, round the clock to bring a purchase or a sale to close.
A graduate of University of South Florida, with her graduate work in Communication and Cultural Studies from Indiana University, she is now back home enjoying Atlanta as a resident of East Point since 2007.