September 2, 2020 - Seabolt Real Estate recently hired Matthew Kessler as a sales associate. In his new role, Kessler leverages his personal and professional experience with historic properties and real estate development to assist individuals buying and selling residential or commercial real estate in Savannah and the surrounding area. 

“Matthew’s extensive knowledge of the Savannah area, particularly Effingham County, and his background in aviation and commercial drone photography make him an excellent addition to our growing team,” said Seabolt Real Estate founder and Broker-in-Charge Elaine Seabolt. “He brings strong marketing skills and insider knowledge of the regional real estate market to his new position at Seabolt Real Estate.” 

Originally from Rincon, Ga., Kessler is currently completing a Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus on real estate and real estate development at Georgia Southern University, where he has earned Dean’s List and President’s List honors for academic achievement. He is a graduate of Effingham County High School and recently completed an internship with The Kessler Collection in Savannah, Ga.

After earning his pilot’s license at age 17, Kessler became president of Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 489 and secured a commercial drone license. He is the president of Kessler Aerial and resides in Savannah, Ga. 

Seabolt Real Estate stands apart as an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate in Savannah, Ga. Known as the global authority for marketing luxury properties, Christie’s International Real Estate showcases property listings from 46 countries around the world.

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