About Scott Lacy ~
This is about more than real estate. It is about your life and your dreams.
I combine old fashioned values of hard work and integrity with the latest technologies and business strategies. The result: Delivering the highest level of customer service, exceeding your expectations and finding a solution tailored for you and your family.
Hamilton Mill's Agent on Duty
Client First Philosophy - There are many qualities and skills that go into being an excellent real estate professional: integrity, in-depth knowledge, marketing savvy, effective negotiation skills and a high-quality professional network. Utilizing the latest in technology enables a more efficient and productive environment resulting in a wider range of services for the client. "Putting clients first" means being accessible, being a good listener, being a good communicator and responding to your needs.
Business - Scott is proud to be associated with Keller Williams – Atlanta Partners where the mission statement is “Careers Worth Having, Businesses Worth Owning and Lives Worth Living.” The Keller Williams Sugarloaf office is consistently ranked as one of the top producing real estate offices in Gwinnett county. Scott hit the ground running winning the Rookie of the Year award in 2008. After that, he was asked to sit on the Agent Leadership Council, an honor offered to the top 20% of producing agents. As a member of the ALC, Scott helps set office policy and represents other agents by acting as a liaison between the office leadership and its agents. While Scott continues to grow his business in the Hamilton Mill / Dacula areas, he also focuses on Buford, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Duluth and other surrounding areas.
Personal – Scott currently resides in Hamilton Mill / Dacula and is currently engaged to be married in May, 2010. Scott has two children, Austin (16) and Steven (12). Scott’s fiancé Kristin, has three boys Eli (11), Jakob (8) and Joe (6).
Scott graduated from Auburn University in 1986 and was a professional software sales rep most of his career. His New Year’s Resolution of 2007 was to attain his real estate license and achieve his goal of becoming a Realtor.