Having lived in Atlanta for over 20 years, Feroza has the in-depth knowledge of the Metro Atlanta real estate market that only a local can have. Receiving her broker’s license in 2017, she’s more than just a REALTOR® or an agent. As a top producer, she uses her vast experience with buyers and sellers to get you the best price for your home. Her keen attention to detail keeps you informed every step of the way. Whether it is helping you through the biggest purchase or sale of your life, Feroza ensures each transaction is handled with ease. Feroza enjoys representing clients throughout the Metro Atlanta area, including Buckhead, Morningside, Ansley Park, Druid Hills, Decatur, Dunwoody/Perimeter, Midtown and Grant Park.
Feroza has worked with both residential and commercial buyers and sellers assisting them with resale, new construction and lease transactions. Using her network of lenders, developers and builders, she gives purchasers the opportunity to design and build their own custom homes. Feroza offers a custom-tailored approach for each transaction; she employs the best tools in the industry, from digital, social media, broadcast and direct mail campaigns, to targeted events and property-specific marketing.
Feroza is happily married to her husband, Stephen, and they live in Dekalb county, just outside of Decatur, in one of their multiple homes in the Atlanta area. They have two English bulldogs, Bella and Teddy, and are actively working to foster children. She’s a trans woman, an activist for trans women, women of color, feminism and human rights in general.
Feroza enjoys serving her local neighborhood association and is an avid runner and member of local running clubs. She loves spending as much time as possible with her family, especially her young nieces and nephews.
More than 14 years sales and marketing experience
Member, Atlanta REALTORS® Association
Recipient of the Million-Dollar Producer, Executive Club and 100% Club awards at previous brokerage
Atlanta resident since 1989
Bachelor of Arts in real estate, Georgia State University