Engel & Völkers today announced that Fourteen West, REALTORS® in Atlanta, Georgia is the newest addition to its North American network and will provide its global standard of service in the market as Engel & Völkers Intown Atlanta.Scott Askew Owner and Managing Broker Engel & Völkers.
Fourteen West, REALTORS® has provided exemplary service in Atlanta for the past 40 years. Owner Scott Askew, recently recognized by the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® with the 2013 Sally Washburn Lifetime Achievement Award, joins Engel & Völkers with 17 highly productive agents, including, top producer Ken Covers, whose achievements have been recognized by the Board for seven consecutive years.
“We are highly selective of the brokerages we approach to join our network,” said Anthony Hitt, chief executive officer of Engel & Völkers North America. “Under Scott’s leadership, Engel & Völkers Intown Atlanta will raise the bar on the quality of real estate service provided in the area and introduce a higher level of international exposure to the market.”
“Atlanta is a key market for us, especially with strong interest among international buyers,” Tim Jones, senior vice president market development for Engel & Völkers North America, adds. “Scott Askew and his team have built a strong reputation in the market as providers of excellent real estate service and commitment to client satisfaction which make them a perfect addition to our worldwide network.”
Engel & Völkers Intown Atlanta serves the cities of Atlanta, Brookhaven, Decatur, Dunwoody, and Sandy Springs, and the communities of Ansley Park, Avondale Estates, Druid Hills, Morningside, Virginia Highland and Vinings. The highly diverse, in-town Atlanta real estate market has shown increased growth even with available housing inventory dropping below current levels of demand.
“Once again, it is all about location,” said Askew. “Our thriving in-town communities are bustling with activity as young adults, families and seniors live together in harmony. And with renewed renovation activity and new construction it is anticipated that in-town Atlanta will continue to attract those relocating to the region, as well as long time Atlantans.”
Additionally, there has been continued growth of an international population within in-town neighborhoods, according to Askew. “We chose Engel & Völkers to join a global network that is truly connected. We now share a sophisticated set of strategies, tools and technology used by our Engel & Völkers partners throughout the world, which will allow us to redefine how premium real estate service is provided in the market,” he said.
The announcement from Engel & Völkers comes one month following the opening of its Engel & Völkers Las Vegas brokerage in Nevada, and its Engel & Völkers San Diego Ranch-Coast in Solana Beach, California as the brand continues its expansion efforts throughout the U.S. and Canada.