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Meet Jacki and Kristi:
JACKI GOULD -
Jacki, an avid jock who played and led many different team and club sports from age 4 on, grew up in Little Rock and spent 3 years as a UALR Trojan prior to leaving Arkansas.
In 1996, Jacki moved to Atlanta and went from working tables to managing the Flying Biscuit Café in a short period of time. “The education I received in the food service industry prepared me more for life then college did,” she says. “You learn very quickly how to work well with different personalities and solve problems with a cool disposition.”
In 1999, she joined the Shea and Carol Team at ReMax Metro Atlanta and worked her way from a trainee to a co-owner of the group. After 15 years she decided to venture out on her own and, in 2014, formed a new team with Kristi Mueller, called the Jacki and Kristi Team. In the time Jacki has spent as a Realtor, she has consistently been one of the top 5 agents in Dekalb County, earning various prestigious sales and customer service awards.
With an eye for detail and an interest in inspections, she has learned how to look at properties from the inside out. “I have never found a crawlspace I won't venture into, a problem that is not solvable or a wish list that is too demanding," she says. She works tirelessly to educate her buyers and sellers on the current state of the market and refuses to steer anyone toward an unwise investment. “It’s my reputation on the line and these clients depend on me to guide them honestly and selflessly, and I love every minute of it!
Still an enthusiastic sportswoman, Jacki plays softball, enjoys mud races, runs around Candler Park, paddle boards wherever she can and enjoys her four legged family in her great, big back yard.
KRISTI MUELLER -
Kristi Mueller was raised on a small farm in the picturesque town of Sweet Home, Oregon, with her mom, dad and two brothers. “My first job was catching fish from our pond and selling them to pe