Jamie Hargather, Associate
Jamie Hargather joined Wilson, Hull & Neal in 2006. He graduated from Georgia State University in 2005 with a BBA in Business Administration, where he captained the men's soccer team and was a four year All Conference Academic team member.
During his 6 year career, he has leased and sold more than $75 million of real estate. Transactions have included industrial leases, industrial sales, office leases, office sales, and land sales. He specializes in assignment specific deals using a creative pragmatic approach along with strong local market knowledge. Relationships are instrumental; loyalty, trust, and hard work are the foundation for his success in the business.
Jamie has a successful track record using his local market knowledge combined with local relationships to help lead to successfully completing brokerage assignments. The underlying factor in these deals is his focus on getting the deal done with integrity and professionalism.
In 2008 he represented Georgia State University's Foundation in the purchase of their football practice facility. This land deal was a finalist for the Atlanta Business Chronicle's Land Deal of the Year.
In 2010 he represented Georgia State University in the purchase of a 2.4 acre site Downtown that will be used for the future development of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business and the College of Law. This deal was a finalist for the Atlanta Business Chronicle's Land Deal of the Year.
In 2013 he represented the owners of 3030 Peachtree Road (former ESPN Zone) in the lease to Restoration Hardware. This deal will be one of the largest retail deals in Atlanta this year.
In 2010 he was an Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors Top Ten Producer in the land category and has been a member of the Million Dollar Club for three years.
Jamie and his wife Molly reside in Atlanta with their son Hammond and attend Buckhead Church where they are involved in working with college students. He also is an active board member for LUO, a non-profit which is focused on setting children free from poverty in Nicaragua and South Africa.