Ali loves to spend her time with her silly Goldendoodle, Abbey, exploring Metro Atlanta dog parks. Ali has always loved traveling and tries to visit a new international destination each year. Most recently, she attempted to crash Prince Harry and Meghan Markles wedding in Windsor, England. She only made it as far as the gates of Windsor Castle to wave at the happy couple as they passed by in their carriage after the wedding.One of Alis favorite hobbies is reading blogs and message boards about how to best utilize points and miles for [almost] free flights and luxury hotel stays.Most of all Ali enjoys making her clients moving convenient, efficient, and personal. Whether youre looking for a historic property (complete with layers of wallpaper and paint) or want a brand new home, Ali dedicates herself to delivering the best real estate experiences possible. By combining the latest data and tools available with the professional guidance and advice you need, youll be able to make good real estate decisions for you and your family.In 2013, Ali received her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from the University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!) and began working as a legal assistant at an immigration law firm in Atlanta. Alis firm specialized in helping scientists, medical researchers, engineers, and other highly skilled international clients move to Georgia. During this time Ali developed a deep appreciation of Atlantas vibrant multicultural community and the opportunities that come with calling the United States home means. Having grown up in Atlanta, Ali has always been passionate about historic homes and buildings. So much so that in 2018 Ali graduated with Master of Heritage Preservation degree with an emphasis in Historic Preservation from Georgia State University. During her studies at GSU, Ali worked all around the Atlanta Metro area nominating historic buildings and historic districts to the National Register of Historic Places. It was during this time she fully developed her love of the histories, homes, and people in Atlantas intown neighborhoods.