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What makes Platinum Property Management different is that we understand we are only as good as our client’s and staff.  We are a locally owned and operated family run company that puts the personal relationships with our clients and customers above growth and profits.  Our team approach to everything we do was designed to make sure each individual we work with always has the opportunity to be a part of the decision process within our company. 

  • +10 years serving Metro-Atlanta’s property management market
  • Member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers
  • Fully Bonded and Insured to protect you and your investment
  • Our only business is property management
  • No maintenance surcharges, saving our portfolio of clients thousands of dollars
  • Ongoing investments in technology and infrastructure to insure effective management, communication and service for our landlords and tenants
  • Our team approach concept to managing properties affords us approximately 1 staff member for every 50 properties to make sure landlords and tenants experience exceptional communication and service
  • A focus on finding high quality tenants through our thorough screening process 
  • No hidden fees to offset low cost promises to get your business
  • Client retention and long-term relationships drive our business model

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Canton is a city in and the county seat of Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 22,958, up from 7,709 in 2000

Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the site where Canton would be founded lay in the heart of the Cherokee Nation. During the first 100 years of Georgia's history, Northwest Georgia was generally considered "Indian Country" and was bypassed by settlers going West. Georgia had made a treaty with the federal government in 1802 shortly after the Revolutionary War to relinquish its Western Territory (it claimed the Pacific Ocean as its western boundary) in exchange for the removal of all Indians within its boundaries. Although other tribes had been removed, the Cherokee remained. Since this was the heartland of the Cherokee Nation, the state and nation were reluctant to disturb them. But following the Georgia Gold Rush in 1829, European-American settlers ignored the Indian problems and began to move into the area north of Carrollton and west of the Chattahoochee River and named it Cherokee. Source From Wikipedia