Renee Colwell Hutchinson was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and grew up in Buckhead. After school, she lived in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles before marrying a British national and living in Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, London and Lausanne, Switzerland. She and her husband traveled extensively in the Caribbean, Central and South America and Europe. After 15 years abroad, Renee returned to Atlanta and opened an interior design firm then went on to start a real estate career in 1999. In the spring of 2003, she returned to London to obtain the prestigious Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) from the National Association of Realtors® to enhance her focus on the global market. Through her CIPS designation, she is a member of the International Who's Who of International Real Estate and attends global events to enhance her knowledge of this market. Although not fluent, she has conversational skills in Spanish, Portuguese and French.
In 2007,she became an owner of the Keller Williams Buckhead office and served on the Agents Leadership Committee. Renee was awarded a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation and qualified for the Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club. She holds the Accredited Buyer's Representative designation and is also an Accredited Relocation Specialist.
The majority of her business is in Buckhead, where she has a strong network which enhances her ability to work with cultural diversity but with a local's expertise. She has also worked in many different areas of Atlanta on a wide range of projects including in commercial real estate.
Renee spends as much time as possible with her son who is an architect in Los Angeles, friends and family, her three Maltese pups and practices yoga daily. She is always ready to travel for business or pleasure.
Renee is very enthusiastic about Atlanta as one of the most livable international cities in the world and working with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty which is undoubtedly the strongest, most respected, name in global real estate.