Ann Finley
Coldwell Banker Realty

How can I help you? 

My previous careers, both at Emory University and as an independent artist, allow me to bring some unique skills to the table.  My counseling background helps me listen to what you are saying (or not saying) and reason through emotional decisions.  My creative talents allow me to come up with unique ways to present and market your home. As a mom to 2 dogs and 2 cats it is easy for me to understand the priority you place on your pet's needs when searching for a home.  Ready to talk?  Call me at 404.276.8290

 Awards and Affiliations

  • Member, Dekalb Board of Realtors®
  • Lifetime Pinnacle Award Recipient, 2015-16
  • Coldwell Banker Interntional, Diamond Society
  • Sterling Award Ann Finley

About Coldwell Banker

  • #1 Nationwide by Sales Volume
  • 110 Years in the Industry
  • Properties displayed on 900 websites, reaching buyers around the globe
  • Sales volume is more than the next four competitors combined

How I got here

  • Originally from Dumont, NJ
  • Bachelor's of Arts Degree, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
  • Masters in Education, Counseling and Student Development, College of New Jersey, Trenton
  • Employed at Emory University for 18 years as Associate Director of the Student Center
  • Full time Artist for 15 years, steel sculpture and jewelry

Community Involvement

  • Neighborhood Watch Coordinator - Laurel Ridge Shamrock Civic Association
  • Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Artist Market Committee Member
  • Decatur Arts Festival - Artist Market Committee Member
  • Decatur Book Festival - Exhibitor Services
  • Georgia Goldsmith Guild - Holiday Exhibit and Show Committee Member

In My Spare Time

  • Play keyboards and guitar
  • Metalsmith, creating jewelry
  • Mom to 2 dogs, 2 inside cats, 2 feral outdoor cats
  • Help fundraise for animal rescue groups with my jewelry line, Barking Cat® Jewelry


 Click HERE to learn about Coldwell Banker's "Home for Dogs" Project.



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5 Walk-Through Surprises and How to Avoid Them

You’ve survived the inspection and loan approval process. You are almost to the closing table and ready to sign on the dotted line, but before you arrive, there is one last hurdle to climb known as “the walkthrough.” Whether you are a buyer or seller, this process can be nerve-wracking – as a buyer, you may be thinking: Will the house will still look how I thought it did? Will everything be empty and in good condition? And as a seller, you could be worried whether the buyer will be satisfied with what they see, and what if they raise concerns? First, it is important to understand what a walkthrough is as well as its purpose. A walkthrough is when a buyer walks through the property ei…
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Ann Finley

Coldwell Banker Realty
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