Staci Donegan Exceeds $25 Million Mark, Earns Accolades as National Historic Landmark District’s #1 Residential Real Estate Agent for 2018


SAVANNAH, Ga. (March 5, 2019) –– Staci Donegan, an award-winning Associate Broker in Savannah, sold more than $25 million in residential real estate in 2018 and earned the distinction of being the #1 residential agent for Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District. This marks the second consecutive year that Donegan has exceeded the $25 million mark for real estate sales in Savannah.


Honored by Real Trends as one of the top real estate agents in Georgia, Donegan was a Top Producer at Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty for six consecutive years. She recently joined Three Oaks Realty Company as she prepares to launch a new venture.     


“I’m delighted to work with my friends at Three Oaks Realty Company and am passionate about representing buyers and sellers at all price points, delivering the most professional service to every client,” she said. “I love Savannah and enjoy sharing our city with buyers from across the country and around the world.”


Donegan combines her knowledge of the Savannah area with her background in business and accounting to deliver a highly professional experience for buyers and sellers. She also understands the value of marketing and public relations, securing national exposure for Savannah real estate listings in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other major media outlets in 2018.


A longtime resident of downtown Savannah, Donegan is known for her in-depth market knowledge, uncompromising integrity, data-driven market analysis and strong negotiation skills. A former financial and business consultant, she brings a business-oriented approach to real estate.


Earlier in her career, Donegan worked in accounting, finance and account management at The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta and served as a Certified Public Accountant in the audit department at PriceWaterhouse Coopers. She also worked as a controller for the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and served as chief of staff in the college’s Office of the President. She attended Clemson University and the University of Delaware and has a bachelor’s degree in accounting.


Donegan currently serves on the budget committee for Savannah Area REALTORS® (formerly SABOR) and on the board of directors for the Savannah Multi-list Corporation and the Savannah Philharmonic. She has previously held positions on the board of directors for the Downtown Neighborhood Association as well as the Savannah Film Commission.


Active in the community, Donegan is the treasurer of the Downtown Garden Club of Savannah and a sustaining member of the Junior League of Savannah. She is also a member of Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church, the Telfair Museum of Art Directors’ Circle, the Savannah Philharmonic Composers’ Circle and the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce.


“I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to list and sell some of Savannah’s most notable properties, from the Landmark District to Tybee Island and Richmond Hill,” said Donegan. “I look forward to the future.”




An award-winning real estate professional, Staci Donegan has been honored by Real Trends as one of Georgia’s top real estate agents and was the #1 residential agent for Savannah’s National Historic Landmark District in 2018. Donegan has a strong work ethic, steadfast commitment to clients and impressive business background that help meet the needs of buyers and sellers across the region. A former financial and business consultant with a degree in accounting, Donegan currently serves on the budget committee for Savannah Area REALTORS® (formerly SABOR) and on the board of directors for the Savannah Multi-list Corporation and the Savannah Philharmonic. For six consecutive years, Donegan was honored as a Top Producer for her annual sales volume and has earned acclaim as one of Savannah’s leading real estate experts. For more information, visit



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