Marion Webb. Managing Broker and Owner of Webb Solar Realty, LLC - a Georgia full service, minority owned, real estate brokerage uniquely qualified to represent both buyers and sellers of affordable, eco-friendly homes. She has conducted 100+ home buying seminars throughout metro Atlanta. She has a proven track record in the real estate industry. This stems from her strong desire to help, educate others, and promote a healthier environment. Featured on CNN television, she encourages consumers to explore a green lifestyle - “Go Green, Save Green, Experience the Green Advantage! – Go Green For Under $20”. Marion is a frequent community volunteer. Her volunteerism also encompasses organizations promoting affordable and sustainable solutions.
- Atlanta Earth Hour Committee
- Sierra Club Georgia Activities
- Georgia Solar Energy Tour Committee
Marion’s adventures include a 20+ year career in Information Technology working with companies such as the City of Atlanta, At&t, Cocoa-Cola. She has been awarded a US Patent for innovative work in rating and ranking service levels of computer based systems. She is a college graduate and holds several real estate designations.
- EcoBroker® certified – training in environmental issues and energy conservation
- NAR Green designee – REALTOR® helping residential/commercial clients go green
- Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR)
- BBA Information Systems, Savannah State University
An active REALTOR® and green supporter, she maintains membership in several local and international organizations - Georgia Association of Realtors, Georgia Solar Energy Association, Solar Energy International, Southface, EcoBroker International, Metro South Board of Realtors, National Association Of Realtors.
Marion has over 15 years expertise in the real estate industry as a successful investor and GA licensee. Her primary office is located in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia. She lives in Riverdale, Clayton County, Georgia. Her favorite activity is running.
CNN Television feature: http://www.cnn.com/video/?/video/us/2009/04/22/dnt.webb.green.homes.cnn