University of Georgia (B.A. Political Science, Summa Cum Laude 2002)
University of Georgia (Juris Doctor 2005)
Ashley calls Lake Oconee her home. Her connection to her neighborhood and her belief in its importance in her family’s lives is one of the many reasons she joined Campbell & Brannon. She enjoys playing a role in helping families realize their home ownership dream. Ashley’s commitment to her legal craft and community is apparent in her rich background, having begun her career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Alcovy Judicial Circuit in Covington, Georgia. Ashley continued her career in public service with Fulton County as an Assistant District Attorney and for Attorney General Sam Olens in the State of Georgia Public Safety Division of the Attorney General’s Office. Adding practical real estate experience to her litigation experience, Ashley also worked at Old Republic Title Company, acting as a Qualified Intermediary for 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges.
Ashley is originally from Toccoa, Georgia and is married to her college sweetheart. Together, they have two young daughters. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys running and exercising with Operation Bootcamp, where she has instructed for almost 10 years. On Saturdays in the fall, she enjoys cheering for the Georgia Bulldogs football team.
"Communication. This is very important to all parties involved. Also, Ashley Culberson was very informative and helpful with my seller in answering questions. I look forward to working with you again."
"Everything! From the communication prior to closing to the closing itself - it was an exceptional experience from start to finish. Ashley Culberson did a phenomenal job. Thank you!"
- Ansley V.
"We had a very quick closing, and Ashley Culberson and her team did everything they could to ensure a seamless process. They were super responsive, knowledgeable, and helpful to make sure everything was done on time. They helped us get our survey back before the DD period was over, and this was very important to us! We really appreciate all that they did to go above and beyond."
- Kerri Levitt