I have been a client of Atlanta New Homes Directory for approximately four years and with two different homebuilders. It is one of the best advertising websites I have been affiliated with. When I started working for my present company, they did no Internet advertising at all and AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com was the first site I recommended. Not only does it come consistently high in the search engine listings, but the tools it provides for our sales agents to use when marketing to and following up with their customers are invaluable. We also use it several times per month for Realtor e-blasts, and that has proven very successful for us as the open rates are excellent. Another huge benefit is the links they provide to us for posting on our own website. Previously, all of our inventory had to be manually updated on our site. Now, because Atlanta New Homes Directory is able to feed directly from MLS/FMLS and then provide those links to us, our own website is constantly updated as well. The links for school reports and printable brochures full of area information such as restaurants, entertainment, places of worship, etc. all enhance our own website tremendously. Everyone at AtlantaNewHomesDirectory.com is fantastic to work with. Whether I need technical help, e-flyer design and/or distribution, or refresher training for our sales team, they are always available and willing to help quickly whether it be via e-mail, over the phone, or even in person. The site is always being enhanced and we are always being offered additional training, whether it be as a group or individually with one sales agent a time at their own community. Whereas most Internet advertising sites enable you to post your listings for a monthly fee, the fee with Atlanta New Homes Directory.com includes so much more than that. Even in today's tough housing market in which we have been forced to cut back on many of our marketing and advertising venues, Atlanta New Homes Directory.com is one we have not even considered cutting. I can't recommend it enough.
— Kathleen Murphy, Director of Marketing