A Holistic Approach to Real Estate
Spotlight: Tori McGee
By, Sheila Alston
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Tori McGee, an agent from Atlanta Georgia, who shares her unique real estate approach through a wellness-focused lens. Through her personal experience of dealing with family health issues and then buying a home, she quickly realized the need for a wellness-focused agent who could help clients like her. Because she understands firsthand the importance of living in a less toxic home environment, and she has made it her mission to help others achieve this as well.
As a real estate agent, Tori McGee has access to a wide range of resources and information that she uses to educate and empower her clients. She recognizes that many families with chronic health conditions struggle to find homes that meet their needs, and she is committed to changing that. Tori's approach is holistic, meaning she considers all aspects of a home's impact on a person's health and well-being.
From air quality and water filtration systems to the materials used in construction and furnishings, Tori helps her clients identify potential health hazards and find healthier alternatives. Through her work, she has become a leader in the industry and an inspiration to other agents. Her dedication to creating healthier homes has helped her clients and created a niche for agents who share her values. To listen to the full interview, click here.
A wellness-focused agent has insights and knowledge that can help you navigate the real estate market through a different lens ensuring that your home will be the right and healthy choice for your family. If you're a homebuyer or homeowner looking for a wellness-focused agent, our wellness agent directory is a great place to start.
If you don’t see your area listed, you can still call someone on the list, as they can provide a referral for you to help you get started. And if you're a real estate agent, Tori's approach may inspire you to expand your services and cater to a growing demand for healthier living. In either case, it feels good to know that there are options and solutions available today to help us create a healthier home environment for our families.