(RICHMOND HILL, GA) – Marla Busbee, a Savannah native who has spent the last 12 years living in Richmond Hill, joined the staff at Sugar Magnolia Homes, a construction company that specializes in custom built homes.   Recently, Sugar Magnolia Homes has immersed itself in green building, creating homes that are energy-efficient and are low-impact on the environment.
Marla is one of two new Buyer’s Agents for the realty group associated with sugar Magnolia Homes called The Low Country Group.
"We work on site representing Sugar Magnolia Homes at any of their model homes or existing properties for sale," Busbee said. "If we are doing a home resale, we represent the buyer."
The position fits well with Busbee’s previous professional experience in accounting. The Jenkins High School graduate did a stint with the Bryan County News, handling the publication’s accounting. She also worked as an accountant for Growth Solutions, helping Johnny Murphy and Charlie Watson manage the financial aspects of various businesses including Ft. McAllister Marina and Custom Designer Surfaces, a company that specializes in countertops for homes.
Busbee is excited to be part of the team at Sugar Magnolia and The Low Country Group.
"I worked for several years as an accountant, and I decided to go into real estate," she said.
Busbee is married and has two teenage children, a son and a daughter, who attend Richmond Hill High School.
Sugar Magnolia Homes, which employs approximately 9 people in Richmond Hill, is an innovator in construction practices that drastically reduce waste, emphasize recycling and reuse and employ the use of energy-efficient features to make homes more cost-effective for owners.
The company has completed homes throughout the tri-county area during the past 4 years.  Specifically, three Energy Star-certified homes are near completion in Midtown at White Oak Village, a development off of Hwy. 17 South.
For more information about Sugar Magnolia Homes, visit www.sugarmagnoliahomes.com , or call (912) 756-4014.

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