Loudermilk Homes


After spending his early career as a telecom and web development executive at IBM, Sherwin Loudermilk founded Loudermilk Homes in 2009 to bring a passion for innovation and attention to detail to the luxury homebuilding business.

Now Loudermilk Homes is entering it’s second decade with a relentless focus on quality custom craftsmanship, transparency and advanced smart home technology.
The award-winning company’s Loudermilk Connect app gives clients 24/7 access to the homebuilding process along with real-time video feeds and schedule and budget updates, while a central server controls all major systems with cutting-edge smart home technology that can be integrated with voice activation devices such as Amazon Alexa or Google Home.

Loudermilk Homes developed a 9-step “Process to Perfection” that ensures a smooth and enjoyable experience from the initial design stage to construction and move-in for each luxury home. In 2017, the company launched Loudermilk Designs to provide clients with professional interior design service.

A native of Atlanta, Sherwin has lived in four different countries and speaks conversational French and Farsi. He earned an MBA in Business with a focus on finance and real estate from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, and he holds a bachelor’s in computer information systems and business management from Georgia State University.

Sherwin and his wife Roane have a daughter, Mina. They live in Buckhead, where he is actively involved in the community and has traveled to the Dominican Republic and Mexico to build homes for families in need through Homes of Hope.
As Loudermilk Homes begins it’s second decade under Sherwin’s leadership, we look forward to finding new and better ways to design and build the finest quality luxury homes across metro Atlanta.

 

“The heartbeat of Loudermilk Homes is a culture of innovation,
and we will never stop creating smarter and better ways to build custom luxury homes that are perfect in every way,” Sherwin said.