40 Under 40: Rhianna Shemper
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40 Under 40: Rhianna Shemper

Rhianna Shemper, 38, is a Realtor at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Rhianna Shemper dreamed of a career in real estate since she was young. As a child, her family moved often, and she loved getting to see their new houses and exploring different cities.

“I also saw firsthand the stress that comes with moving, and realized that it would be a great help to work with others through that,” she said.

She received her bachelor’s degree in real estate from the University of Georgia, which provided a strong foundation in the fundamentals.

She’s spent 16 years with Coldwell Banker. The first 10 were as a member of a top performing team before setting out on her own six years ago.

“I feel truly comfortable being able to provide the best service for my clients,” Shemper said. “My focus is to provide exceptional customer service, which means always being well informed and educated about the areas I serve and being totally prepared so no detail is missed.”

She takes immense pride in helping so many people find their dream homes, “whether they be first time homebuyers or savvy veterans.”

The Jewish community has been particularly supportive throughout Shemper’s career, most recently helping her become the No. 1 agent in her office and No. 4 in the company for 2018.

“It’s been equally amazing to help that community grow and thrive,” Shemper said. “In my mind there’s not a better place to raise a Jewish family.”

This past year hers was among the founding families of the Jewish Kids Groups after-school program in Brookhaven.

“It’s a wonderful organization that has already helped shape my children as Jews in just its first year,” she said.

In addition to selling real estate, Shemper is vice preident of Jewish Networking Atlanta, and also mentors women going through infertility through the Jewish Fertility Foundation, which she says is very rewarding as she’s “able to help another woman during a time that is often filled with darkness and isolation.”

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