John Raulet joined Raulet Property Partners in May, 2004, after several years in the financial services industry. John has brought his strong relationship skills to the Atlanta real estate market where he has successfully sold over $100,000,000 in commercial property. John’s unique ability to find creative solutions for his clients real estate needs has enabled him to become one of the top agents in the intown market. Mr. Raulet’s area of expertise is representing buyers, sellers and tenants in the intown markets such as Buckhead, Midtown, Chattahoochee Industrial, Poncey Highlands, Grant Park, Fulton Industrial, Armour Industrial as well as the 75 North & 85 North markets. With the advent of the Georgia Film Tax Credit, John expanded the companies’ services into the film and television industry in 2008. Since then, he has represented every major film studio in the country including Universal, Warner Brothers, Lionsgate, Alcon, and Paramount in securing production space totaling over 1.5 Million square feet. In addition to physical production, John has helped a number of industry vendors relocate to the Atlanta market to service the growing industry including Alpha Props, Indypay and Ciniverse to name a few. He was awarded the Alvin B. Cates Award in 2010 by the Commercial Board of Realtors for his work in securing a 50 year lease with the city of Atlanta and EUE ScreenGems for the old Lakewood Fairgrounds property. In 2012, John led the effort to move the company’s focus in the industry into studio ownership. John and his partners Paul Raulet and Tyler Edgarton now own three sound stage facilities in the Atlanta area: Mailing Avenue Stageworks, Westside Stageworks, and Eastside Stageworks. With over 336,000 sq. ft of production and stage space available, John has attracted such productions as Last Vegas, Necessary Roughness, Insurgent, Allegiant, The Originals, Star, and MacGyver. John has spent the last 8 years cultivating relationships with producers from around the world. These relationships along with his vast knowledge of the city and its real estate have made him a valuable resource for incoming productions.