When it comes to luxury real estate, Bryan and Mackenzie Crabtree understand the gravity of representing high-profile business clients and celebrities. Most of their celebrity clients, obviously, cannot be listed or shown due to client confidentiality.
However, Bryan and Mackenzie have met with four of the last five presidents. In addition, Bryan was one of 15 APSU students awarded the President's Emerging Leader's Scholarship in 1995 by President Clinton.
From powerful lawmakers, platinum-selling musicians, world-renowned artists, Fortune 500 executives to NBA and NFL players (and their agents), Bryan and Mackenzie have interviewed, advised and represented dozens of celebrities regarding luxury real estate.
Bryan has been heard/seen on Fox News, The White House Skype Seat, MSNBC, CNN, RT America, The Hill, Daily Caller, Washington Times, WSB Radio, 11 Alive, Talk1067 and AM920 the Answer in Atlanta, as an expert commentator.
In many cases, The Crabtrees have worked with the designated legal-agent (of specific executives or celebrities) to facilitate the purchase of high-end homes and estates while managing the complex fiduciary responsibilities and confidentiality of those real estate transactions. "No one transaction - at this level - is the same," says Bryan Crabtree. "We outline a specific scope of work based on the celebrity or executive's expectation. Their time is incredibly valuable and our goal is to be 'laser sharp' in every step of the process to mitigate any obstacles or hassles," Crabtree adds.
In addition, Mackenzie has represented all of the top ten banks in luxury REO services during the past fifteen years (including Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citibank, Goldman Sachs and others).
If you are looking to buy or sell a home over $1 million in value, you may be a candidate for their luxury concierge service.