Native Atlantan David Scheuer is a new realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties, working out of their East Cobb office. Since graduating from Georgia Southern University (GSU) in 2015 with a bachelor’s in business administration — and a minor in trumpet performance — Scheuer had been in various sales positions, including corporate recruiting. But the pandemic, he said “gave me a chance to finally focus on going after what I had been wanting to do since I was in high school: getting into real estate as my career.”
At Berkshire Hathaway, Scheuer’s focus is on residential real estate, an area, he says, in which he can be an asset to clients in the short term while building relationships that will last for years to come.
“I have always enjoyed helping people in any way I can,” he said.
Previously, Scheuer worked in the MJCCA’s Special Needs department, camp program and the after school program, but said his “main focus there was to be a facilitator with and for special needs children from 5-18+ years old.” He was also one of the coaches for the MJCCA’s 2015-2016 Special Olympics team.
Growing up, Scheuer attended metro Atlanta public schools: Spaulding Drive Elementary, Sandy Springs Middle and North Springs High. He started playing trumpet in fifth grade and still plays when he can. He is one of the 13 founding fathers/brothers of the Alpha Epsilon Pi chapter at GSU. He currently lives in Sandy Springs along with “a great sidekick, my 160-lb. Saint Bernard Riley.”
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- Business Brief
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- Berkshire Hathaway
- HomeServices Georgia Properties
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- Georgia Southern University
- business administration
- Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta
- Special Olympics
- Spaulding Drive Elementary
- Sandy Springs Middle School
- North Springs High School
- Alpha Epsilon Pi