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Keller Williams Atlanta Partners
1200 Commerce Drive, Suite 110
Peachtree City, GA 30269
Office: 770-632-1112
Direct: 813-546-4433
In today’s turbulent real estate market, it is more important than ever to have an experienced real estate professional at your disposal.  Whether you are buying or selling, Christian has the market resources and answers necessary for you to make an informed real estate decision.

  • Innovative marketing strategies, Computer and Social Site Expert
  • SRES, GREEN, REALTOR, ABR, CRS,
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Relocation and corporate expert
  • Senior Real Estate Specialized

Find your dream home. Sell your prized property. Make your money grow. Christian Swann is as astute professional who will advise and cater to your individual needs.

Known for her ability to successfully work with both buyers and sellers, Christian has adapted to recent changes in the Metro Atlanta real estate market to create stellar deals for her clients. As evidence of her recent success.

Christian, having lived in the Atlanta and Tampa area for most of her life has established an extensive network of contacts that her clients find invaluable in their real estate transactions.

The genius of investing is in recognizing market trends. Christian draws on her previous work experience as both an investor and anti-terrorist officer to advise clients on Atlanta market conditions and the investment potential of specific neighborhoods and properties. Christian’s market knowledge, financial expertise, and diligence in researching properties has been praised by her clientele.

After living and playing around the world, Christian has gained a multicultural appreciation that allows her to efficiently communicate with a broad spectrum of clients from a variety of cultures. Christian’s sense of diplomacy, integrity, discretion and outstanding dedication to personalized service have earned her high praise among a wide variety of customers from diverse backgrounds in the United States and internationally.

Outside of work, Christian trains military and law enforcement in close quarter combat and edged and blunt tools. She has instructed FBI, ATF, Air Marshals and Law Enforcement all over the country. Christian is married to our local Walgreens Pharmacist a UCLA boy, though she is a GA Bulldog fan through and through.  Christian has five children, — two at Trinity Christian and Maiya who is 15 months.

Whether you are a first time seller, a novice buyer or a seasoned multiple-dwelling owner of multi-million dollar homes, contact Christian Swann – the only resource you will need to guide you towards informed, intelligent real estate decisions.

Given her notable organizational and leadership skills amidst diverse environments, Christian arrives as a specialist capable of identifying and facilitating acquisitions of moderate to high-end properties.

To see what Christian does when she is not in a skirt and jacket, please feel free to visit her other website at http://christianswann.com.

Tornadoes: Assembling a Disaster Kit Tornadoes: Assembling a Disaster Kit

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Tornadoes: Assembling a Disaster Kit

 

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What to Plan For

You’ll need to plan for two situations: Remaining in your home after a disaster or evacuating to a safer location.

Have a three-day supply of food and water on hand — plan for one gallon of water per person per day and food that won’t spoil.

Keep a manual can opener and emergency tools including a fire extinguisher, battery-powered radio, flashlight and plenty of batteries.

 

 

Disaster Supply Checklist

Be sure to gather the following items to ensure your family’s basic comfort and well-being in case of evacuation.

  • Cash — Banks and ATMs may not be open or available for extended periods. 
  • Water — at least one gallon per person for three to seven days. 
  • Food — at least enough for three to seven days, including: Non-perishable packaged or canned foodand juices, food for infants or the elderly, snack food, non-electric can opener, vitamins, paper plates, plastic utensils. 
  • Radio — battery powered and NOAA weather radio
  • Blankets, pillows etc. 
  • Clothing — seasonal, rain gear/ sturdy shoes. 
  • First Aid Kit — medicines, prescription drugs.

     

  • Special items — for babies and the elderly. 
  • Toiletries — hygiene items, moisture wipes. 
  • Flashlight and batteries. 
  • Keys. 
  • Toys, books, games. 
  • Pet care items to include proper identification, immunization records, ample food and water, medicine, a carrier or cage, leash.

Store important documents in a fire and water proof container. Include

    • Insurance papers 
    • Medical records 
    • Bank account numbers 
    • Social Security cards 
    • Deeds or mortgages 
    • Birth and marriage certificates 
    • Stocks and bonds 
    • Recent tax returns 
    • Wills

 

Keep Your Kit Fresh

Remember to replace stored food and water every six months, keep a supply of fresh batteries on hand and keep your most important up-to-date family papers in a fire and water proof container.

 

 

The Importance of Water

Stocking an emergency water supply should be one of your top priorities so you will have enough water on hand for yourself and your family.

While individual needs will vary depending on age, physical condition, activity, diet and climate, a normally active person needs at least two quarts of drinking water daily. Children, nursing mothers and people who are ill need more water.

Very hot temperatures can also double the amount of water needed. Because you will also need water for sanitary purposes, and possibly for cooking, you should store at least one gallon of water per person per day.

When storing water, use thoroughly washed plastic, fiberglass or enamel-lined containers. Don’t use containers that can break, such as glass bottles. Never use a container that has held toxic substances.

Plastic containers, like soda bottles, are best. Seal your water containers tightly, label them and store them in a cool, dark place. It is important to change stored water every six months.