Revered as a community advocate and benefactor and respected nationally as a visionary real estate leader, Jenny Pruitt has translated three decades of success in the residential arena into the founding of Atlanta Fine Homes, chosen by Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates, Inc. as its exclusive Atlanta affiliate.
Presented the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® most distinguished award, the E.A. Isakson Award for upholding the highest standards of integrity and professionalism, Jenny Pruitt has been accorded the Georgia Small Business Person of the Year Award and inducted into Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson School of Business "Hall of Fame."
In 1988, Jenny established Jenny Pruitt & Associates, REALTORS®, and directed its growth to annual sales over $1.5 billion, six metropolitan offices and a roster of over 450 accomplished agents. Over five years ago, the firm was acquired by Berkshire Hathaway's subsidiary HomeServices of America. Having fulfilled her contractual obligations, Jenny stepped down from the firm.
Continuing her professional career, Jenny realized the importance of an Atlanta-based, privately owned residential firm to provide a personal caliber of service and long-term relationships to customers and clients. "Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty offers an unparalleled customer experience," Jenny explains, "and our affiliation with Sotheby's International Realty® opens an extraordinary resource of homebuyers for our clients."
Dedicated to helping Atlanta maintain its exceptional quality of life, Jenny Pruitt serves as a Director of the Buckhead Coalition and, with that goal in mind, founded the Buckhead Girls Club, which annually presents a financial grant to a Buckhead community and cultural association. Currently Vice President of the Atlanta Rotary Club, Jenny is a past President of the Atlanta Board of REALTORS®.
Humanitarian support is integral to Jenny's volunteer commitment, including service on the Piedmont Auxiliary, helping the economically challenged by building homes for Habitat for Humanity and as a benefactor of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. A third generation Atlantan, Jenny is active in the Atlanta History Center's Members Guild and the Vinings Historical Society. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Chastain Horse Park, the Girl Scouts of Northwest Georgia and the Georgia Cancer Coalition