Archive for Biographies

Deborah Harris

Posted on August 1, 2011 by

Deborah HarrisDeborah Harris moved to Atlanta in 1965 as a small child. After attending Georgia Tech, she went straight into real estate. Now, 30 years later, she still loves watching the constantly changing landscape of both the city and the real estate business. Although truly a “people person”, getting the deal closed is Deborah’s claim to fame.

In today’s demanding real estate climate, Deborah thrives with the new business expectations, teaches real estate, and is always ready to help with people’s buying, selling, or investing needs. She is an agent who cares, stays ahead of the technology curve, and is totally knowledgeable about Atlanta. Our team meets the client where technology and real estate connect. Let us help you with your real estate needs. Read More→


Chris & Donna Littleton

Posted on July 8, 2011 by

Chris and Donna LittletonChris & Donna Littleton, co-owners of Solutions Realty Network, Inc. (SRN) share a passion for seeking out sound real estate investment opportunities. Their commitment to making them profitable is realized through standardized renovations, reliable property management, and consistent maintenance. The team at Solutions Realty Network prides itself on being experts in their field and proves it by successfully managing over 400 single & multifamily homes in 17 metro Atlanta counties.

The Littleton’s have been active real estate investors and property managers since 2003. Their franchise, The Real Market Experts® of Atlanta, assisted investors nationwide in acquiring $60 Million of Investment Property in just a few years. They are members of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM), and among the first in Georgia to earn the “Real Estate Property Management” REPM designation. Read More→


John Adams

Posted on July 7, 2011 by

John AdamsDescribed as “Atlanta’s most trusted voice in real estate,” John Adams is a leading expert and consultant on issues of home ownership in the southeast United States.

Since 1973, he has bought, sold, brokered, leased, or managed residential real estate valued at well over fifty million dollars.

His investment seminars at Emory University in Atlanta have attracted overflow crowds every quarter, and his call-in radio program on News-Talk Radio 920am WGKA is listened to by thousands of Atlantans every week. The program received the 1990 Excellence in Media Award from the Atlanta Board of Realtors. Read More→


Robert Witcher

Posted on June 7, 2011 by

Robert WitcherAttorney Robert “Bob” Witcher focuses his practice on real estate transactions, trusts and estates, corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, joint ventures, contracts, foreclosures, bankruptcies, and commercial leases.

Mr. Witcher was born in Conway, South Carolina. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia in 1967. Mr. Witcher also received undergraduate navigator training with the United States Air Force in 1969. Mr. Witcher received a law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1973. Read More→


Jens Beatty

Posted on May 15, 2011 by

Jens BeattyJens Beatty has been designing and building websites since the dawn of the internet. He has created a multitude of websites for all types of businesses over the years. He specializes in designing sites for high conversion and generating leads online. The majority of his work over the past 7 or more years has been focused on generating real estate leads.

In addition to running his own design and marketing company, Jens Beatty Media Productions, he currently works as a senior designer and front end web developer for a public company that runs a major network of real estate websites. In the past few years he has played a major role in generating millions upon millions of leads and dollars in revenue for his employers and clients. Read More→


Jeff Kaller

Posted on May 3, 2011 by

Jeff KallerA graduate of Appalachian State University, Jeff Kaller has been self-employed as a real estate investor, promoter and real estate trainer for many years. For 17 years he has successfully taught over 100,000 students his proprietary method of short sales. During his career, he has purchased and sold over 400 single family properties, and he and his affiliates have negotiated in excess of One Billion Dollars in short sale debt.


Doug Shaddix

Posted on April 27, 2011 by

Doug ShaddixDoug Shaddix grew up in the Atlanta area and graduated from Georgia State University in 1978.  With a degree in Political Science, he worked for a congressman while attending law school until the election of President Ronald Reagan.  Putting his law degree on hold, he moved to Washington, D.C. for eight years where he worked in International Trade at the Department of Commerce.  After serving in the Reagan Administration, and other political and public policy positions, he returned to Atlanta and to law school where he graduated Cum Laude.

Having spent several years with the Atlanta-based law firm of King & Spalding, he left to practice law on his own in the area of asset protection and estate planning.  His firm, Wealth Preservation Solutions, LLC, specializes in setting up corporations and limited liability companies, as well as a variety of trusts such as Revocable Living Trusts, Land Trusts, Charitable Remainder Trusts, Personal Property Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Asset Management Trusts, ILITs, and other estate planning needs for his clients. Read More→


Fred Kross

Posted on April 21, 2011 by

Fred KrossFred Kross attended under graduate school and Georgia State University and graduated with a BA degree in real estate.  Fred attended the Georgia State School of Law earning his law degree in 1993.   Upon graduating from law school, Fred worked in his family’s business as a real estate appraiser and gained experience in appraising commercial and residential properties.   In addition, Fred was a licensed real estate agent with ERA Allpoints Realty and member of the million dollar club for several consecutive years in the late mid 90’s. Read More→


Tom Boyer

Posted on April 21, 2011 by

Tom Boyer aka Cash Flow TomAffectionately known as “Cash Flow Tom” by investors, Tom Boyer grew up in data communications sales and accidentally fell into real estate when moving to a new house and keeping the old one as a rental in 1989.  He tried his hand at many facets of real estate to find what best suited him: foreclosures, pre-foreclosures, rehab to retail, birddog, options, wholesaling, quick-turn, land lording and finally notes.  By trading in his hammer for a calculator he can now nail a deal without getting dirty, and loves it!  He has studied under both local and national note professionals.  Tom has used seller finance structuring for assemblages, commercial and residential real estate transactions.  He offers a private note structuring service to buyers and sellers. Cash Flow Tom supports investors in their quest to find their niche and conducts the Note Buyers Group for investors to network and improve their professional real estate craft.


Duncan Wierman

Posted on April 15, 2011 by

Duncan WiermanDuncan Wierman is a full time investor in Greenville, South Carolina. His business revolves around automated systems so he can do less work and make more money. He has used internet marketing and automated internet systems for attracting buyers, sellers, and investors have allowed him to do over 300 deals a year without leaving his desk!

After working at real estate investing the hard way, Duncan finally swore to himself that he’d had enough: He then invested serious time and money into using systems that would pay off in less aggravation, more time, and more profits! He became an expert in finding motivated sellers, hungry buyers, and private lenders through the Internet. Read More→


Catherine McFarland

Posted on April 14, 2011 by

Catherine McFarlandFrom Rags to Riches a real life miracle… Catherine McFarland was born in a small town in the mountains of East Tennessee. At that time she was born her family lived in a one room house with no indoor plumbing. From her humble beginnings, she broke the mold. She became an entrepreneur early on, selling greeting cards door to door, doing odd jobs for neighbors and undertook many other ventures to provide for herself.

Hard work was a way of life, that’s all her family knew. Her Dad had a 6th grade education and couldn’t seem to keep his head above water. Catherine became an over achiever. She found her self worth in winning awards, in competitions and in helping others. She won many, many awards on local, state and national levels. She is an accomplished equestrian and animal lover. She attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Read More→


Eric Nicoll

Posted on March 17, 2011 by

Eric NicollFor over a decade, Eric Nicoll, CPA has been helping real estate investors to maximize their opportunities to create wealth through real estate.  Having been a builder, developer, investor and financial strategist himself, he is able to bring a depth of knowledge to the table to assist investors with their transactional issues as well as tax planning strategies and tax preparation needs with the prime goal of helping people to build wealth.