With over 24 years of well-rounded real estate experience, Carla Ford joins North Atlanta 55+ community homebuilder Windsong Properties as a sales manager.
We believe in investing in our employees. By working together to grow all our skills, we become a stronger, more accomplished team. We are excited to share the stories of two employees who have excelled in new roles, making possible our mission of improving quality of life and building excellent homes and communities.
After 13 years as a Windsong Properties team member, Kris Johnson has moved from her previous title as the Director of Sales and Marketing to an executive level position, taking on the role of Chief Revenue Officer. In her new role, Johnson will utilize her experience working with the sales and marketing teams to inform strategic planning that keeps the homeowner voice in mind.
We have several new team members to welcome to the Windsong family in 2021.
A 23-year veteran land development and acquisition executive, Henry Massie has joined 55+ builder Windsong Properties to help meet the region’s growing demand for active senior lifestyle communities.
The news comes amid an ongoing strong real estate market and with officials anticipating the over sixty adult population to grow to 1.2 million by 2030 -- about one in four residents of the greater Atlanta region.
As we face the uncertainty of the evolving Coronavirus outbreak, the safety and well-being of our team, partners, homebuyers and the communities in which we live, and work is our top priority. We want to update you on how we at Windsong Properties are responding to the concerns of Covid-19.
Windsong Appreciates EVERY ONE of our 1,000+ Friends and Followers on Social Media!
And today, we are excited to announce that we’ve reached yet another exciting milestone here at Windsong, topping 1,000 “likes” on Facebook!
Tax filing season is just around the corner, a thought that makes most people cringe. It’s not that they don’t want to file, but convoluted rules and regulations—not to mention complicated forms and document requirements—makes filing one’s taxes a headache each year.
Between 8,000 and 10,000 Americans turn 65 each day, according to the nonprofit Justice in Aging. And with folks living longer—and healthier—than ever before, 2018 is expected to be the first year that Social Security spends more than it takes in, since the program began on August 14, 1935.