To Log in to Market Watch or Sign up for a New Account Click Here

Meet The Team

Native Atlantans, now residing in Jackson County, the Cranes have been selling homes in their market areas since 1989. They have closed well over 4500 homes in their career, which has given them valued, real world knowledge by experiencing almost every scenario imaginable! Their decades of hands-on knowledge stand out when guiding their buyers and sellers through the entire real estate transaction.

Cindy and Les have been ranked in the Top 5% of Real Estate Teams in Georgia for the past 10 years. During their career, the Cranes have been featured on NBC’s TODAY show, CNN Radio, HLN Evening Express, The Wall Street Journal, Top Agent Magazine and the Bloomberg News. Because Cindy and Les have known each other since they were six years old, they are able to effortlessly combine their skills and personalities to forge a very strong foundation of service to their clients. Cindy and Les have also experienced, first hand, the ups and downs of the real estate market and truly know the emotions and stresses buyers and sellers both can endure.

Cindy and Les are committed to giving back to their community. They spearheaded and still run “Homerooms for Hounds”. This program works with local elementary schools in raising money and supplies for local Humane Societies in conjunction with a creative writing and citizenship projects. In addition, they are also involved with Humane Hearts Pet Therapy. They take their 3-legged basset hound mix, Dudley, to visit local Nursing Homes and to participate in reading with young children at the Library. Cindy and Les have 5 children ( grown), 3 Rescue dogs and 2 cats, are members of Jefferson United Methodist Church and enjoy hiking, fishing or motorcycling through the North Georgia Mountains in their spare time.

The Cranes relate that the key to their longevity in their real estate market has been their dedication to the delivery of superior service, attention to their client’s wants and needs, the ability to deal with constant change in the industry, integrity and long-term relationships. At the end of each day, the Cranes take pride in the service they provide and the rewarding relationships they have built, both with their clients and within their community.

Some Statistics