Maura Neill, CRS, CDPE, ABR, MA, REALTOR® has been active in Atlanta real estate since 2001. Passionate about education, she previously taught at Florida State University, the University of Phoenix, and Gwinnett County Public Schools (in the Metro Atlanta area) before becoming a REALTOR® and considers client transactions to be an opportunity to educate about the real estate market and homebuying and -selling process.
Maura is a social media and technology devotee and an active real estate speaker and instructor on subjects such as real estate technology, building your business via social media, and other technology-related subjects for various conferences and associations, such as RETSO (RETechSouth), Inman Connect, Council of Residential Specialists’ Sell-A-Bration, REALTOR® Association of New Mexico, PINK Magazine’s “Spring Into Ownership” Conference, Konica Minolta, and REBarCamps in Nashville and Atlanta, and a contributor for NAR YPN Lounge blog and Inman Next. Maura is active with the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® and is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). An active voice for the real estate industry, Maura has been chosen to be a facilitator for NAR’s “REthink the Future” project.
Maura is also the Founder and Host of Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Things To Do, a hyper-local online travel resource and magazine for newcomers and natives, for which she had a spot on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta, and the founder of Trick or Treat for the Troops, which sends dozens of care packages to U. S. Servicemen and -women who are deployed and away from their families during the holiday season. A lover of all things Atlanta, Maura lives in Johns Creek, Georgia, with her husband, Ben, their Beagles Charlie and Maddy, and three cats who wish to remain anonymous.