Tom Fahey's career as a commercial photographer has taken him all over the world creating solutions for clients in advertising, catalog and editorial. Having grown up in a real estate family and been involved in many residential and commercial real estate transactions as an owner, Tom now looks forward to focusing on his passion and helping others as an agent. Tom's cousin is vice president of Manhattan Construction in Washington DC and his mother was a residential broker in Oklahoma. Growing up, he spent a lot of time helping to fix, manage and maintain several investment properties of the family, and much later was the general contractor on adding two stories upon his original cape cod style home in Morningside (Middlesex Ave). Additionally, he restored a 1921 6,000 sq ft commercial building he owned (a former Masonic Lodge) returning it to its original after decades of decline and bad design decisions. In 2007 he sold it to Steve Brock of Brockbuilt Homes to serve as an anchor for one of his Westside Atlanta developed communities. Originally from Oklahoma, Tom has lived in the Virginia Highland and Morningside area of Atlanta for the last twenty years and considered this "home". His travels overseas have introduced him over the years to the luxury brand of Engel & Völkers and it was the first place he sought out after completing his state licensing. Tom loves intern lifestyle, history and architecture and wants to help his clients discover the intown he loves and assist others in realizing the top price for their properties in this highly desirable area. Tom is married to Michelle Fahey, a career second grade elementary teacher in Marietta Westside (22 years) and he has two daughters, Lillian and step daughter Emily. Tom's hobbies include mid century furniture, collecting art work, travel and a lot of photography! His websites, with portfolios, are www.thomasfahey.com, moderncorporateheadshots.com and www.thomasfaheylifestyle.com.

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