“The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.”
Whether it’s a custom-built dream home or that first apartment out of college, our home is our sanctuary, that special place to relax and recharge. Finding, buying or selling any type of home can be fun, challenging, exhilarating and probably a bit stressful. Always a good time to get professional help.
Peggy Slappey Properties, Inc.
There’s no place like home.
Your perfect home, neighborhood, office or retirement destination is just around the corner in Gwinnett.
As the holidays approach, families all over Gwinnett will load up their cars with family and food, and head out to parts well-known: Grandma’s house in the suburbs or the kids’ new place inside the Perimeter. And as friends and family walk through the door, they won’t just be walking into a building, they’ll be stepping into a gathering.
“Homes are bigger than sticks and bricks,” says Tommy Slappey, co-owner of Peggy Slappey Properties in Buford. “They’re about relationships and families.” If anyone knows something about families and working together, it’s the Slappeys, fourth-generation realtors.
Since 1982, Tommy and his wife of 51 years, have combined their talents to make every house they help get a family into or sell a gateway to someone’s future. They’ve been, as Tommy says, “blessed to be a blessing.” But that wasn’t always easy.
Economic downturns in the late ’80s were hurting Tommy’s building business, so he gravitated toward Peggy’s side of the industry, buying and selling real estate. They opened their three-person office at a time when home sales were falling and interest rates were through the roof. But, Peggy says, “Failure was never an option.” And there were plenty of opportunities for failure in the years ahead, culminating in the Great Recession of 2009 that saw plummeting housing prices and massive foreclosures. But through it all, they’ve established an award-winning company.
“Failures are an opportunity for education, and we learned a lot,” says Tommy.
Peggy points with pride to the influence PSP has had through the years, not just in giving back to local charitable organizations and getting families into homes, but to the reach each sale brings the community by involving dozens of people per house, from home inspectors to closing attorneys.
“Everyone needs a home,” says Peggy, “And we know we are impacting lives with every home sold.”
With their sons working with them, and the rest of the staff that may as well be kin, there’s no end in sight for this close-knit business that treats everyone under their roof and the roofs of their customers like family.
5375 Sugarloaf Apartments
Grayson Park Estates
Highlands At Sugarloaf
Overlook At Gwinnett Stadium
Plantation Ridge Apartments
Reserve At Sugarloaf
The Estates At Crossroads
The Pointe At Suwanee Station
The Views At Coolray
Home Inspection Services
Alltech Inspection Service
Anchor-Safe Home Inspection Services, LLC
Georgia State Home Inspection Services
Parkman Home Inspection Services
Sure Thing Home Inspection Services
Trademark Pest Control And Home Inspection Services
Senior Or Assisted Living Communities
Huntington Court Senior Residences
Ivy Springs Manor Assisted Living And Memory Care
Personal Care Home
Life Care Center Of Gwinnett
Oaks Senior Living Braselton
Parc At Duluth
Plantation South Duluth
Village Park At Spaulding
Real Estate Firms
Adler Group, LLC
Amy Young Homes
Atlanta Home Connections
Berkshire Hathaway Home Service/Andy Willis
Bonds Realty Group – Keller Williams
Kara Conway – Conway Home Realty
Matt Hermes – Keller Williams
Melissa Buchanan – Re/Max Center
Palmerhouse Properties – Real Estate Brokerage
Patti Martinez & Associates – Keller Williams
Peggy Slappey Properties
Re/Max Center – Dacula
Re/Max Regency (Formerly Coldwell Banker Rmr)
Real Estate Expert Advisors LLC
Stacy Anders – Keller Williams Realty
The Derogatis Team – Keller Williams Realty
The Rains Team – Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
Virtual Properties Realty
Winfield Realty Group