Why We Love Mimi McCain and GANEK

Dated: January 21 2021

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Why We Love Mimi McCain as Our Preferred Closing Attorney

I love Mimi McCain – We have a saying at Forrest Team “For a closing without pain you gotta send it to Mimi McCain”  That truly sums it up.  I have been practicing real estate for well over 20 years (I started when I was 10 lol ) and Mimi is the best I have ever worked within the industry. Just as important is the support team she has developed at Ganek at her Poncey-Highland Office.  I know that when I hand a file off that it will get on the calendar and everything will be seamless and stress-free for me and my clients.  This is the hallmark of a great working relationship and why I choose Mimi when given the chance.  See Mimi's Bio Here

Why We Use Ganek PC as Our Closing Attorneys

Ganek has benefitted greatly from the growth and stability of the Metro Atlanta area. We have seen the metro area thrive and we have been fortunate to have participated in this growth through the thousands of people we have worked within real estate closings.

We have always believed in paying it forward and since 2015 we made the step to initiate Ganek’s Give Back program, in our commitment to the community. Every year we donate a portion of our attorney fee from every closing to one of the following charities as chosen by the buyer:

- Home Aid Atlanta
- Atlanta Beltline
- Homes for our Troops
- Atlanta Children's Shelter
- Angels Among Us

HomeAid Atlanta builds and renovates housing facilities for local organizations whose focus is helping homeless families. Established locally in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a chapter of HomeAid America.

The Atlanta BeltLine project looks to redevelop a 22-mile loop connecting 45 local neighborhoods. The goal of the project is to transform Atlanta's former rail corridors into a sustainable and economically impactful asset for the city.

Since 2004, almost 90 cents of every dollar donated to Homes for our Troops has enabled severely injured post-9/11 Veterans to rebuild their lives in specially adapted homes. Homes for our Troops continue to dedicate time and resources to Veterans beyond delivery of their new home to ensure a successful recovery.

Founded in 1986, the Atlanta Children's Shelter has extended its resources to almost 8,000 children and more than 5,000 families. The Atlanta Children's Shelter looks to rebuild families and enable a more positive future for homeless youth by focusing on short-term support for homeless youth and long-term services to help overcome the cause of homeless.

Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer-based organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in north Georgia. They operate through a network of foster homes in the north metro Atlanta area.

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