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Aisha J. Thomas began her career in real estate in 2001. She specializes in Buyer Agency and Investment Sales. She decided to expand her brand into the commercial real estate arena in 2013. She is a licensed real estate broker in Michigan and Georgia and a licensed salesperson in California.

She is a member of various professional, educational and civic organizations including the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors (ACBR), Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors, Women’s Affordable Housing Network, Atlanta Bar Association (Student). She is a previous member of International Council of Shopping Centers, Urban Land Institute and NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. In the past she had the pleasure of serving as a Board of Director of the Detroit Association of Realtors and currently serves as a Board of Director for Quest Community Development Organization. She has been featured and quoted in two issues of Black Enterprise Magazine’s special First Time Homebuyer’s Editions, many national real estate related blogs, local radio as well as HGTV’s hit show, My First Place.  In addition to selling real estate, Aisha advocates for affordable and fair housing by volunteering with the Atlanta Legal Aid Society and Housing Georgia. In 2017, that passion led to a position ensuring Developer Compliance with Federal Affordable Housing Programs for the City of Atlanta’s Department of City Planning.

Aisha earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts from Wayne State University, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. She is also a 2014 alumni of Project Real Estate Associate Program-Los Angeles and was admitted into the University of Southern California Lusk Center for Real Estate Ross Minority Program in Real Estate. In 2015, she completed ACBR’s Inaugural Diversity Mentorship Program. In addition to her love of real estate and law, she enjoys live concerts, traveling, expanding her culinary palate and spending time with her sons.