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Traditional Homes of Georgia LLC

1532 Dunwoody Village Pkwy.

Suite 210

Atlanta, GA 30338

Phone: 770-309-6417

Fax: 770-551-5866

 

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Telmo Bermeo

770-309-6417

tbermeo1@gmail.com


Telmo Bermeo is an experienced Home Builder and Real Estate Broker whose firm has historically delivered exceptional results to its partners. The operating platform at Custom Building Group is designed to take advantage of his long term track record of Building Residential Homes, working with partners, lenders, buyers and sellers and to produce exceptional results in an increasingly difficult real estate market. He is a native of Ecuador who has extensive real estate experience beginning in the 2001with America's Network Realty Group Inc. and prior to that working with United Parcel Service. In the mid 1990's Mr. Bermeo began his Real Estate portfolio in the Atlanta area and in the 2000's he realized real estate was his passion and decided to get a real estate license and help others accomplish the American Dream. In 2001 Mr. Bermeo co-founded his first Residential construction company along with two other partners, in 2004 co-founded Traditional Homes of Georgia LLC with an eye for high end homes in the Atlanta Area and in 2007 co-founded Custom Building Group LLC and began building Custom Homes, Mr. Bermeo has been involved in large real estate transactions including large tracks of land, re-zoning cases and other investment properties in the Atlanta area. Mr. Bermeo is a member of the Home Building Association in Atlanta in the State of Georgia.

 

 

Dan Simpson

770-551-5850

newhomes2@gmail.com


A rare find today, Dan Simpson is a lifetime Atlanta native and resident. His family lived in East Atlanta thru his high school years and then moved to Lithonia after he graduated from Roosevelt High. Dan attended The Georgia State University System until he was recruited into the Real Estate Business by his uncle, Charles Simpson. In 1970 Dan attended The Georgia Institute of Real Estate studying under John Corel, founder of the Institute. After obtaining his real estate license, Dan learned quickly and was constantly one of the top agents in his company. He won The Agent of the Month and Agent of the Year award on multiple occasions. Then in 1978 Dan completed the requirements to obtain a Georgia Brokers license and immediately opened and managed a new office of Charles Simpson and Associates in the Northlake area of Dekalb County.

During the first few years of his career in the industry, Dan had begun to buy real estate to use as rental property or to fix up and resell. “I learned the construction business the hard way” Dan says “from doing everything myself”. But the construction experience made him more interested in providing quality homes to the same buyers he had sold homes to in the past, so in 1987 he attended the Georgia Builders Institute and started building homes in the Clarkston area of Dekalb County. When his uncle retired in 1992 Dan founded America’s Network Realty Group, which he still operates today.

While residential building has been his primary choice, in 2000 Dan began several commercial projects in the Henry County area. Before he was through, Dan had completed three medical centers and a shopping center. Actively involved in the Building business he has built homes in City of Atlanta, Brookhaven, Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Henry County, Cobb County, Cherokee County, Monroe County, Newton County, Coweta County, Dekalb County, Macon, Warner Robins, Cordele, Savannah, Destin FL, and Jacksonville FL.

Dan resides with his wife Linda in Sandy Springs, their children and six grandchildren all live close by.

 

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