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Cora Bett Thomas
Cora Bett Thomas Realty Savannah
13 East York Street
Savannah, GA 31401
Cora Bett Thomas, Founder and CEO
Cora Bett Thomas Realty
As the founder and CEO of Cora Bett Thomas Realty, Cora Bett Thomas has, quite literally, changed the way real estate is bought and sold in the region. Since 1976, Thomas has been a multi-million dollar producer, listing and selling some of the most exclusive property in the region. In 1995, at the pinnacle of her career, she launched Cora Bett Thomas Realty, with a vision of leading a firm founded upon uncompromising integrity, unparalleled professionalism and unmatched expertise in the field of real estate.
Today, Thomas manages Savannah’s leading real estate company and oversees a talented team of sales associates and property management experts. Through her efforts, Cora Bett Thomas Realty is an exclusive member of Mayfair International exposing the coastal area properties to the European Market, covering an area that runs from the South Carolina Low Country all the way south to the Florida border. Her firm is also a member of Leading Estates of the World, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World’s Luxury Portfolio Division.
In 2003, Thomas brokered the sale of Hampton Island, a 2,300-acre luxury waterfront community, which was hailed as one of the largest East Coast land deals on record. She is consistently sought after for her marketing expertise by clients including the Savannah College of Art and Design, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and has an extensive portfolio of international investors.
Thomas, who is originally from Scotland Neck, NC, has a bachelor’s degree in Special Education/Speech Therapy and a master’s study in Psychology from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. In addition to her work on the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, she also serves on the Wachovia Advisory Board, the Savannah College of Art and Design Board of Visitors, the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, the Creative Coast’s Advisory Council, and the Savannah Economic Development and Renewal Authority’s Board of Directors and Advisory Board. She is also an active member of Christ Episcopal Church, Historic Savannah Foundation and the Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah.
She enjoys her grandchildren, her basset hounds, marketing, dancing, fashion and business development. A Savannah resident since 1970, Thomas resides in the city’s National Landmark Historic District where she loves spending time with her friends.
301 Congress Street
213 West Bolton Street
1810 Turners Rock
1950 Turners Rock Road
1810 Turners Rock Road