Broker / Co-Founder
Originally licensed in 1982, John spent the first 10 years of his real estate career in residential real estate before making the bold move to Commercial Real Estate by joining the team at The Meddin Company. There he honed his skills working in the Intown Atlanta retail and office market over the next 15 years. In 2007 it was time to spread his wings and, together with Geddings Arthur, Graham and Arthur, LLC was launched. Of course, it was during the Great Global Recession, but the timing was right and there was no looking back. John’s long list of loyal repeat clients is a testament to his ability to listen and truly learn the client’s needs and to then execute an appropriate plan for them, whether he is representing the Landlord or Tenant, Seller or Buyer.
Associate Broker / Co-Founder
After a 30 year career as an architect, Geddings joined John in establishing Graham and Arthur in 2006. Using skills he developed as an architect and manager, Geddings' duties at G&A include drafting proposals, leases, sales agreements, and other brokerage documents, as well as tracking and managing finances for the firm’s brokerage arm and the firm’s property management arm. As the firm’s resident hard-ass, Geddings’ straight to the point, abrasive take-no-prisioners style does not allow him to interact with clients except to harass them for payment.
David spent the majority of his career in the fitness industry owning and managing health clubs in Midtown Atlanta. In 2019 he decided to combine his passion for business and helping others and embarked on a career in commercial real estate. He specializes in landlord and tenant representation in both office and retail properties in the Intown Atlanta markets (Midtown, Inman Park, Candler Park, Buckhead, Westside, Decatur, and Kirkwood). He loves helping business owners find the perfect home for their office or new brick and mortar retail store. David's been a resident of Midtown Atlanta for over 30 years and is a member of Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, Piedmont Park Conservancy, and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.