While Carrie has been the recipient of numerous accolades in her 16+ years as a real estate professional, she is most proud when her clients tell her, 'you made this process incredibly easy and stress-free.'
Carrie's clients benefit from her understanding of the numerous neighborhoods that make up Metro Atlanta. An Atlanta native, she is a Marist School alumna and holds a Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of Georgia Honors Program, where she also served as president of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. After living abroad for several years in England and Germany with her husband, Paton, Carrie returned to her hometown to pursue her dream of serving others as a trusted, lifelong real estate advisor. She attributes her success to striving to exceed her client's expectations before, during and after each transaction and believes that there is nothing more rewarding than a referral from a happy client.
Building upon her experience and success, Carrie launched The Faletti Group in 2013. Her team is knowledgeable, proactive and quick to respond. They pride themselves on individualized and personalized customer service for sellers and buyers across all ranges of homes.
Carrie is actively involved in the community as well. Giving of her time through The Shepherd Center, The Junior League of Atlanta, Marist School, Buckhead Professional Group and the UGA Honors Program. She enjoys spending free time with her husband working on home improvement projects in their Atlanta home and traveling with their Chihuahua to their homes in Serenbe and Seagrove.
Recognition: - No. 2 Large Team for Volume and Units Sold Company-Wide, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty, 2019 - Top 25 Agent Company-Wide, 2007-2019 - Life Member, Atlanta REALTORS® Association Top Producers - Recipient, 2015 Phoenix Award for 10 consecutive years as an Atlanta REALTORS® Association Top Producer - Realty Alliance Sales Award for exceptional performance as leading North American real estate sales professional - Named one of Atlanta Intown's 'Young Guns'