Cindy in the News

CENTURY 21® Honors Mitchell for Top Performance

[From The Athens Daily News/Athens Banner-Herald, Sunday, March 15, 1998]

Parsippany, N.J. – Cindy Mitchell of CENTURY 21, Athens, is the recipient of the coveted CENTURION® award, one of highest levels of recognition awarded to top producing sales associates and offices in the CENTURY 21® system.Cindy Coplin Mitchell picture

The CENTURION® award is a worthy symbol of excellence earned by only an elite group of sales associates who represent depth of talent and experience found within the CENTURY 21® system.

“It is truly an honor to receive the CENTURION® designation. It is extremely rewarding to be recognized for providing quality service and exceeding customers’ expectations,” Mitchell stated.

“As the nation’s leading real estate organization, CENTURY 21® attracts top sales talent due to our comprehensive training programs and unparalleled support services. These allow our associates to offer unrivaled client services. To stand out among our very best is a tremendous honor and a testament to the level of service Cindy Mitchell offers her clients,” added Daryll Gibson, Regional Services Director.

CENTURY 21 Real Estate Corp. Is the world’s largest residential real estate sales organization, with more than 6,300 independently owned and operated franchised broker offices in more than 20 countries and territories worldwide. It is a subsidiary of Cendant Corp.


Spotlight on CENTURY 21® Realtor Cindy Mitchell

Every once in a while you have the privilege of meeting an individual whose personal and professional achievements shine above all the rest. Cindy Mitchell, a Multi-Million Dollar Club realtor with CENTURY 21 in Athens, is such an individual whose credentials speak for themselves.

“I stress professionalism and commitment to service, because that’s what it’ s all about,” says Cindy. “Selling or buying your home should be a fun and smooth transition. We aren’t just selling brick and mortar here. People’s lives, careers and surroundings are effected, and the most important commitment I can make to my clients is to be there for them before, during and after the closing.”

Ms. Mitchell is from Atlanta and graduated from the University of Georgia. When she chose Oconee County as her home several years ago, she vowed never to return to the fast pace lifestyle of Atlanta. “I love it here and would never go back,” she laughs. “Oconee County is my home, my life and my work.”

Over the years, she has been recognized for her outstanding performance with many awards, but the one Cindy is most proud of is her many CENTURION® awards, which are reserved for only those exceptional real estate professionals who rank as leaders within the top two percent of the CENTURY 21® sales force. Ms. Mitchell has captured the coveted award for eleven straight years. As an instructor for CENTURY 21® sales force, she speaks throughout Georgia at seminars and training sessions. She is a member of many councils such as the Graduate Realtors Institute, the National Association of Realtors and is State Director for the Georgia Association of Realtors, to name a few. Wherever she speaks, she stresses ethics and professionalism to her peers. “This is big business”, she says, “and somewhere along the line we have forgotten the customer. Treat them right and make all your clients your first priority, and you will establish business and personal relationships for life.”

With all the many changes happening in Oconee County right now, Cindy mixes excitement with a little cautious advice. “Highway 316 will have a tremendous influence on our community, and the progress which will follow is beneficial in many ways. But as concerned residents, we all need to be careful and remain attentive to what is happening in our backyards. Change is good, but if it comes too swiftly, it can ruin a good thing. Let’s work together to keep Oconee County the best place to be now and into the future.”

Cindy Mitchell is truly a friend and neighbor we can all be proud of in our community. She truly cares about Oconee, its residents and its future. For all your real estate needs, you can turn to Cindy for the quality, commitment and service you deserve. Just give her a call and let her help you change your life.

by Kathy Whitley

Athens Magazine (Profile of Success)

But, it’s the way in which she helps them through a change, that produces life long customers for Realtor, Cindy Mitchell.

“What matters is how you treat people and how you service their needs. I care for people from the heart,” explains Cindy, a real estate agent for CENTURY 21.

Her genuine warm nature is what gains Cindy long lasting business relationships and more importantly – friendships. “It’s not just brick and mortar I’m selling,” says Cindy. “I help people make big changes in their lives. It’s helping them adapt to emotional changes. It’s marriage or divorce. It’s people with twins who are busting at the seams and need a bigger house. It’s people relocating across the country. It’s looking at the big picture.”Cindy Coplin Mitchell picture

Cindy’s sincere effort to help people has had a direct impact on her success in the real estate profession. She sold 137 homes in the Athens area last year, and in that year, 97 percent of her business was referrals from past clients. Also for the past six years she has received the CENTURION® Award from CENTURY 21® ranking her in the top two percent of the worldwide organization.

Cindy assists a wide range of clients who are looking to buy investment or residential real estate. Not only does she help those in the Athens area and the five surrounding counties, she also works with people all over the country who are relocating.

Using the latest technology, Cindy now shows homes on the Internet which she says will definitely open up some new doors for her clients.

Trying to find that one special home for her customers is what motivates Cindy. “I like to watch their eyes light up when I find the right house. Then I just take care of the details,” says Cindy.

Taking care of “the details” is where Cindy earns her mark.

She aims to make the whole experience, well… fun. Whether it’s packing a picnic lunch for clients who don’t have time to stop to eat, or showing movies in the back seat of her suburban to help keep children entertained and occupied, Cindy always has a way to make someone’s day a little brighter.

“I take my job very seriously. I have to do what’s right for people because I have their lives in my hands,” says Cindy.

Cindy sends flowers to all of her past customers on each anniversary of the day they closed their home. ” It’s my way of saying I’m thinking of them and thanks just because they are my friends.”


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Through her past 32 years of work, Cindy has played an active role in shaping the Athens community. By listening to the needs, wishes and long term goals of her clients, she has forged close ties within her relationships and cultivated a sense of trust and well-being amongst those who have had the pleasure of working with her. Athens knows and loves Cindy, and Cindy knows and loves Athens.

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